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Microsoft Windows XP professional

Operating System from Microsoft belonging to the Windows series.

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Microsoft Windows XP professionalPublished on 06/29/08 at 17:11
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Installation very fast but partitioning is text which can be quite droutant for novices.
No problem of incompatibility OS has a lot of bottle.
The setup is pretty simple.

ADQUATION / PERFORMANCE

I tourn XP on a laptop mount equipped with an Intel Core Duo 2x2 Ghz 2 GB RAM.
It is very stable. No crash.
The OS is fast.

NOTICE GLOBAL

I use it for 4 years now.
I should point out that it is more stable and faster than the wagon.

There is a consquente advance between Windows 98 and Windows XP. The core is strong enough, I have not had a virus problem by having put a firewall and free antivirus.

I highly recommend this OS which currently is the most stable at Microsoft. ...
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Installation very fast but partitioning is text which can be quite droutant for novices.
No problem of incompatibility OS has a lot of bottle.
The setup is pretty simple.

ADQUATION / PERFORMANCE

I tourn XP on a laptop mount equipped with an Intel Core Duo 2x2 Ghz 2 GB RAM.
It is very stable. No crash.
The OS is fast.

NOTICE GLOBAL

I use it for 4 years now.
I should point out that it is more stable and faster than the wagon.

There is a consquente advance between Windows 98 and Windows XP. The core is strong enough, I have not had a virus problem by having put a firewall and free antivirus.

I highly recommend this OS which currently is the most stable at Microsoft.
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Microsoft Windows XP professionalPublished on 05/13/04 at 15:00
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"Before XP and Mac Jsus y'avait he said: windows Ecce" To make the audio bnficiant of a system that reliably (at least) 98% and if not using internet on the same machine, at least not at the same time.
Installing child because everything is not explained it. No inconsistency with the possible exception of opration grumpy old Systm what Macintosh. The config 'can all be done simply by using the no not supplied with the program, taking advantage of the huge online community XPiens. The manual itself is well supplied but superfluous when one asks for help on the net as I do.

SUITABILITY/PERFORMANCE

7n400Pro2 Gigabyte, AMD Athlon XP2600 +, 1 GB DDR 7200, 1 and 1 MIA Midi Omega Desktop.......
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"Before XP and Mac Jsus y'avait he said: windows Ecce" To make the audio bnficiant of a system that reliably (at least) 98% and if not using internet on the same machine, at least not at the same time.
Installing child because everything is not explained it. No inconsistency with the possible exception of opration grumpy old Systm what Macintosh. The config 'can all be done simply by using the no not supplied with the program, taking advantage of the huge online community XPiens. The manual itself is well supplied but superfluous when one asks for help on the net as I do.

SUITABILITY/PERFORMANCE

7n400Pro2 Gigabyte, AMD Athlon XP2600 +, 1 GB DDR 7200, 1 and 1 MIA Midi Omega Desktop. Windows accepts everything and does not choosy as some (dj deficits above). XP is "fast, reliable, and gnagnagna gnagnagna" as is said in the doc '. That's true. I've always used, as a musician poor, to work on config 'the Mad Max with a stove pipe as a fan and the corrugated metal home with string in banana bark to keep all windows it says "no problem with this is a what?"

OVERALL OPINION

Actually I use it since its release (2 years I think). What I like most is the rapidity and reliability of Systm what I like least is the sermon preached by Bill Gates about piracy while commercial shark as it raises the all the same. I went from Windows 98 98SE, Millennium, Mac OS9 and OSX. It's expensive ... IS monopoly monopoly. I am happy to work on PC with a reliable platform and not factory gauze as LINUX, the current market situation, I do not think we can REALLY talk about choice, comrades.
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Microsoft Windows XP professionalPublished on 07/20/04 at 17:48
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Simple normal it installs anything and full of useless

SUITABILITY/PERFORMANCE

Sony
600Mhz
128MB
lousy performance
slow plant

OVERALL OPINION

I utils for a year before discovering mandrake 10.0
I am sad and retrogression dd'avouer that I never do it again this choice
quality and price paid and void even expensive
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Microsoft Windows XP professionalPublished on 07/30/04 at 03:35
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Simple to install by following the instructions provided and as far
not need manual, just look what happens ....

SUITABILITY/PERFORMANCE

Gigabyte GA 7N400
amd athlon 2600 + 512KB L2 cache
1 GB memory (2x512 in dual channel)
2 Maxtor 120GB 8MB disk cache

perf killer
after some optimizations drivers and especially the registry

really very stable if you follow common sense ....

OVERALL OPINION

Used since its release, some can be boring at the beginning: because of the usb but since the SP1
everything is great

in fact the only default is a small management concerns drive larger than 200GB internally, only been internally ...
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Simple to install by following the instructions provided and as far
not need manual, just look what happens ....

SUITABILITY/PERFORMANCE

Gigabyte GA 7N400
amd athlon 2600 + 512KB L2 cache
1 GB memory (2x512 in dual channel)
2 Maxtor 120GB 8MB disk cache

perf killer
after some optimizations drivers and especially the registry

really very stable if you follow common sense ....

OVERALL OPINION

Used since its release, some can be boring at the beginning: because of the usb but since the SP1
everything is great

in fact the only default is a small management concerns drive larger than 200GB internally, only been internally
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  • Manufacturer: Microsoft
  • Model: Windows XP professional
  • Series: Windows
  • Category: Operating Systems
  • Added in our database on: 02/13/2004

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