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Windows xp (code name for development is Whistler; internal version is Windows NT 5.1) is the operating system of the Windows NT family of Microsoft Corporation. Is the development of Windows 2000 Professional. The name XP comes from the English. experience. This operating system is the most popular - at the end of August 2010 its share is 53.1%.
Unlike the previous Windows 2000 system, which was supplied both in the server and in client versions, Windows XP is exclusively by the client system. Its server analogue is Windows Server 2003. Although Windows Server 2003 is built on the basis of the same code as Windows XP, almost entirely inheriting its user part interface, Windows Server 2003 still uses a newer and recycled version of NT 5.2 kernel; The later Windows XP Professional X64 Edition had the same kernel as Windows Server 2003 and received the same security updates, as a result of which it was possible to say that their development was "parallel".
Release date - October 25, 2001. Support has been discontinued since April 14, 2009 (paid ended April 8, 2014).

Variants of issues
Windows XP was released in many versions:
Windows XP Professional Edition was designed for businesses and entrepreneurs and includes features such as remote access to a computer’s desktop, file encryption (using the Encrypting File System), central access control and support for multiprocessor systems.
Windows XP Home Edition - a system for home use. Available as an inexpensive “trimmed” version of the Professional Edition, but based on the same core.
Windows XP Tablet PC Edition is based on the Professional Edition and contains special applications optimized for stylus data entry on Tablet PCs. The most important feature is the understanding of texts written by hand and the adaptation of the graphical interface to the rotation of the display. This version is sold only with the corresponding computer.
Windows XP Media Center Edition is based on the Professional Edition and contains special multimedia applications. The computer is usually equipped with a TV card and a remote control (RC). The most important feature is the ability to connect to a TV and control a computer through the remote control thanks to a simplified Windows management system. This system also contains functions for receiving VHF radio.
Windows XP Embedded is an embedded component operating system based on Windows XP Professional Edition and is intended for use in various embedded systems: industrial automation systems, ATMs, medical devices, cash terminals, slot machines, VoIP components, etc. Windows XP Embedded Includes additional embedded functions, among which the recording protection filter (EWF and FBWF), loading from flash memory, CD-ROM, network, using its own system shell, etc.
Windows Embedded for Point of Service is a specialized operating system based on Windows XP Embedded, configured for service points and optimized for retail and service industries. On the basis of this platform, you can create an ATM, payment terminal, gas station, cash register, etc. In addition, Windows Embedded for Point of Service includes POS for .NET technology for rapid development of trade applications and support for commercial peripheral equipment.
Windows XP Professional X64 Edition is a special 64-bit version designed for processors with AMD64 Opteron and Athlon 64 technology from AMD and processors with EM64T technology from Intel. This system does not support processors of other manufacturers, and also does not work with the Intel Itanium processor. Although the first 64-digit processors appeared in 2003, Windows XP Professional X64 Edition was published only in April 2005. The main advantage of the system is fast work with large numbers (Long Integer and Double Float). Thus, this system is very effective, for example, when performing calculations using floating points needed in areas such as the creation of special effects for films and three-dimensional animation, as well as the development of technical and scientific applications. This system supports mixed mode, that is, the simultaneous operation of 32- and 64-bit applications, however, all the drivers must be in a 64-bit execution. This means that most 32-bit applications can work in this system. The exception is only those applications that are highly dependent on computer hardware, such as antiviruses and defragmenters.
Windows XP 64-bit Edition — This edition was designed specifically for workstations with an IA-64 architecture and Itanium microprocessors. This edition of Windows XP is no longer evolving since 2005, after HP stopped developing workstations with Itanium microprocessors. Support for this architecture remained in the server versions of the Windows operating system.
Windows XP Edition N is a system without Windows Media Player and other multimedia applications. These versions are created under pressure from the European Antimonopoly Commission, which demanded to “ease” Windows XP. Currently, this distribution is designed for developing countries. If desired, the user can download all missing applications from the Microsoft website for free. There is both in Home and Professional versions.
Windows XP Starter Edition is a strongly functionally limited version for developing countries and financially weak regions. In this version, simultaneous work is possible only 3 applications, and each application can create no more than 3 windows. There are no network functions in the system, high resolution is not supported, and the use of more than 512 megabytes of RAM or hard disk with a volume of more than 120 gigabytes is not allowed. The system can operate on Intel Celeron or AMD DURON processors.
Windows Fundamentals for Legacy PCs - A stripped-down version of Microsoft Windows XP Embedded Service Pack 2 designed for legacy computers.



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alex @ 11/21/2010, 00:50*
-Windows Fundamentals for Legacy PCs - A stripped-down version of Microsoft Windows XP Embedded Service Pack 2 for legacy computers.
-Windows XP Edition N - a system without Windows Media Player and other multimedia applications. These versions are created under pressure from the European Antimonopoly Commission, which demanded to “ease” Windows XP. Currently, this distribution is designed for developing countries. If desired, the user can download all missing applications from the Microsoft website for free. There is both in Home and Professional versions.


It is necessary to put on VirtualBox XP. Naked XP, not an assembly, but the most truncated. The goal is to launch applications for Windows, but only 2-3 programs + Office ... Nothing else is needed.
Which version is better to install? And as far as Fundamentals will work faster than normal XP in Wirth. car? :)



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Tr @ der, then you need Windows Fundamentals for Legacy PCs. Because Windows XP Edition N is only a version without IE and a player (they can be downloaded for free from the MIcrosoft website).

Posted on 11/21/2010 2:49 PM:

Tr @ der @ 11/21/2010, 2:11 PM*
And as far as Fundamentals will work faster than normal XP in Wirth. car?

It is difficult to answer this question “correctly”, since it all depends on the iron on which the emulsion stands. Fundamentals for Legacy PCs is a version for old PCs, which means it should work faster

Posted on 11/21/2010 2:50 PM:

Tr @ der @ 11/21/2010, 2:11 PM*
not build

And by the way - the most famous assemblyfrom Microsoft - This is Windows XP Media Center.



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XP - turd !!!
Fundamentals requires a password when installing, which I ask. And then when you log in, it says that the password is wrong !! Zadolbalsya !!! What does she need something ??? :) The password is correct! And even the system does not go ... Fawns!



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Tr @ der,
reinstalling, reinstalling, and reinstalling again! I put the code for the first time Linux - the same washow long ago it was ...Admin password? Or what?



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alex @ 11/26/2010, 20:56*
Admin password? Or what?

It is the same.
Twice reinstalled. Now I download XPMini - build. Well, okay! 64mb Total! :)



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Tr @ der,
anyway, then the size on the disk will increase and it will be the same standard piggy. In the same place, a lot of files are deleted, and you will have to install them in order to run the programs that will require these files.



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I have windows xp, servis pack 3, when I boot the PC, I have a window on a black background and asks to enter the password for the user who used the PC the last time,
those
1st line) user
2nd line) for password
I have 2 accounts - the admin, and the 2nd user, I need to even if I used the 2nd account when I started the PC, I was suggested to log in as an admin (in short, the 2nd account is “secret” and I don’t need to be burned when starting : D)



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Kristof666
There are 2 options, for example, take the XP tweaker and put a checkbox there, "do not show the last user", they will have an empty window when loading, you will need to enter your name and password each time, now you enter only the password.
The second option, every time, before shutting down the computer, log in under the one whose record you can see, as a result, when it starts up, it will show the name of the last user, it will be the admin record as you wanted.



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Smartecs @ 04/05/2011, 07:32*
There are 2 options, for example, take the XP tweaker and put a checkbox there, "do not show the last user", they will have an empty window when loading, you will need to enter your name and password each time, now you enter only the password.

thanks, let's test
Smartecs @ 04/05/2011, 07:32*
The second option, every time, before shutting down the computer, log in under the one whose record you can see, as a result, when it starts up, it will show the name of the last user, it will be the admin record as you wanted.

Alas, I do not know the admin password to log in: wallbash:



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Kristof666
"do not show the last user"

This is in group policies and (or)parameterin the registry. You can do without tweaker.



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pasha_550 @ 04/05/2011, 20:48*
You can do without tweaker.

I agree, but you put a check in the tweaker and that's it. Many do not know where to look for the registry and policy groups.



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pasha_550
Smartecs
Many thanks to both of you, used the methodpasha_550 : yes2:



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Help the teapot. Problem: slows the opening of pages in browsers. The speed of opening pages as a Dial-up connection. Well, very slow! And on different browsers: IE, Chrome, Opera 11 - it slows down everywhere. I launch from the same Ubuntu computer - everything flies: there are no complaints to the provider. On the computer is nu-torrent. He turned it off - it still slows down. There are problems with installing the crying Crysis2 downloaded from free-torrents. Or somewhere at that time.



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Someone, please tell me, the unlimited Internet is connected on the computer, I noticed that I don't remember anything that is constantly downloaded, none of any of the browsers on the download is not installed, the torrent is turned off, clogs The disk from this may be under 0. In the connection state and the icon on the right at the bottom constantly the kilobyte growth, and the icon with 2 monitors in the lower right corner is constantly burning with blue and never flashes as usual. Is there any program showing what process is busy online - what shakes? Advise.



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Rge245,
Any firewall will show :)



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where can i download windows xp? a good



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mdragon64, can here



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mdragon64,
link in the header. I do not recommend using assemblies.

Posted on 06/12/2011, 12:27:

alex @ 06/12/2011, 13:24*
I do not recommend using assemblies.

Johnny P, direct quotation:
Since then, things have not changed much: assemblies such as Zver and others like it, in order to reinstall Windows, press 2-3 buttons on the keyboard to aggravate the situation. But the miracle established as a result of this simple shamanism will be crammed with whistles and fakes a little less than completely.Plus, there will be a lot of necessary and unnecessary programs, for example, pre-installed RAdmin without a password, which allows you to remotely control the system to anyone. At the same time, a lot of everything needed will be cut out, some services are turned off. But since the fact that the ability to reinstall Windows raises ChSV bydloyurov to chaos. After learning how to set up BIOS booting from an optical disc drive, they proudly begin to call themselves pogromists and administrators.


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If you have set a password and forgot it, then on the password entry screen, press ctrl + alt + del and in the appeared window enter “Administrator”.
Works not everywhere, i.e. on one computer works, on the other - no.



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Is it true that games and stuff will slow down less in xp than in the seven?


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