Summary: - Windows XP (XP = Experince) is, as of this date, the latest of Microsoft's very populare operating systems. Based on the NT technology, XP is one of the most steadiest operating systems i've ever laied my hands on. It's 90% automatic to new hardware and when you connect to the internet. Remember all the IP protocolls and LAN configurations that gave you a hard time when you went a LAN party with Windows 95 and 98? Forget that!
Summary: Having purchased a new Dell computer, I chose to get Windows XP Professional, my previous OS was 98, which had a thing for crashing. I really liked my new computer until after 1 month, my hard drive went and along with it, all the information I had just transferred from my old computer to this one, as well as the new stuff. Great, Dell sends me another hard drive and tech to install it, but I have to install XP again.
Summary: I am quite dissatisfied with this product. Initially the good looks of this product and faster startup that had recieved much accolade from other users seemed appealing to me, but many reveiwers had omitted the frequent incompatibility errors. I am giving this product three stars for its good looks, considerably faster startup/shutdown, and the usual smoothness when running programs. However, many programs that I had taken for granted are not compatible with XP.
Summary: This is a great OS. but it has its problems. First of all, it is true what Microsoft says about the OS starting quickly. I only have to wait about ten seconds or less for it to get started up. Also its compatibility is brilliant. But, the things I don't like is that the task manager isn't as convenient as it has been. For instance, it takes up to a minute to end a hanging application.
Summary: Windows XP professional is, without a doubt, the best and most stable version of Windows yet. Unfortunately, MS shows no signs of relenting from their aggressive business practices. One thing that simply shocked me about Windows XP: ASPI drivers, which are required for many CD ripping programs, are not included. Why would they do this? "Surely a careless mistake", you may think to yourself. Sadly, Microsoft deliberately left out these drivers.
Summary: Even though Windows XP has an annoying soccermomish look to it, it does have some nice "under-the-hood" features that power users and developers will like: specifically multiple simultaneous logins (ahem... finally 1970's technology arrives at Microsoft) and permissions for registry keys. That said, the "creamy" GUI just remind me how Windows XP is a sad attempt to duplicate the OS X experience, though nowhere near as satisfying. Good news?
Summary: Salve a tutti ragazzi oggi vi parlerò di windows Xp sviluppato da Microsoft "mi sembra nell'2000"e vissuto fino al 28 Aprile "ne parlerò dopo" windows xp un sistema stabile con prestazioni eccellenti , i sistemi operativi precedenti ad esso sono : Windows 2000 Windows Me Windows 98 Windows 95 Windows 3.0, e altri questi sono di mia conoscenza C'era anche quello con il cane che era una stanza con varie opzioni ma non mi ricordo il nome , proseguiamo .....