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WINDOWS XP

MICROSOFT WINDOWS XP USER INTERFACE

"New User Interface with Windows XP features a redesigned user interface with a new visual style, a less cluttered desktop, and built-in desktop cleanup features. Window layout has also been changed for Windows XP and, as in the Control Panel, emphasizes task presentation. The Start menu has been redesigned. The left half of the new Start menu includes the most frequently used icons. As you use your computer, the icons in this area are changed and rearranged depending on your computer usage patterns. If you wish to keep one of the icons permanently in its location, right-click the icon and click Pin to Start menu. To access all the programs installed on the computer, click All Programs at the bottom of the Start menu. The right half of the new Start menu contains useful icons for accessing your files, configuring the computer, and finding information and assistance."

MICROSOFT WINDOWS XP SUPPORT

"To open Help and Support Center, click the Start button, and then click Help and Support. From the home page, you can conduct a search or select categories of information, leading to task and information topics covering the use of your computer. Click User and System Guides for information on using your computer, including installed hardware devices and software."

MICROSOFT WINDOWS XP FEATURES

"Based on an enhanced version of the Windows 2000 operating system, Windows XP is available in consumer and business editions: Windows XP Home Edition and Windows XP Professional. The features discussed are available in both editions, but the Professional version, designed for business environments, includes additional productivity, security, networking, and management features important in business environments. For home users, Windows XP brings the significantly increased stability and security inherent in the Windows 2000/Windows NT operating systems."

MICROSOFT WINDOWS XP FIREWALL

"Today's always-on cable modem and DSL Internet access connections offer unprecedented bandwidth to the home, but also leave the connected computer or home network vulnerable to hacker attacks. The nature of these attacks varies, but the goal is to gain access to individual computers attached to the Internet. With this access, a hacker can browse the hard drive and add or delete files, discover passwords and credit card numbers, and set the system up to launch attacks on other systems or websites. As a result, firewall protection from these attacks is increasingly required on computers. Recognizing this need, Microsoft provides an integrated firewall in Windows XP to provide immediate protection from outside access attempts. When enabled, the Internet Connection Firewall provides basic protection suitable for most home and small office users. The Internet Connection Firewall is disabled when the computer is connected to a domain."

MICROSOFT WINDOWS XP COMPATIBLE

"Although Windows XP is designed to be compatible with a wide range of application programs and hardware devices, some older programs and devices may not be usable. Check the Microsoft Web site at www.microsoft.com for application programs and hardware devices known to be compatible. When buying new software and devices, look for those that are labeled as ready for Windows XP."

MICROSOFT WINDOWS XP SYSTEM

"The System Restore feature of Windows XP provides the capability to restore the operating system, in the event of a problem, to a previous state without losing personal data files (such as Word documents, drawings, or e-mail). System Restore actively monitors system file changes and some application file changes to record or store previous versions before the changes occurred. System Restore maintains a rolling record of restore points; to limit the amount of space used, older restore points are purged to make room for newer ones."

MICROSOFT WINDOWS XP SUPPORT

"Windows XP end of support date April 2014."

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"WINDOWS XP COMPUTER GETTING UPDATES UNTIL 2019."

"First, open up Notepad by pressing Windows Key + R to open Run and type notepad to get a new Notepad window. Paste the following text:"

"Windows Registry Editor Version 5.00"

"[HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\WPA\PosReady]"

"Installed"=dword:00000001"

"Save the file with CTRL + S name it whatever you like, but be sure that it ends in .reg to make it a Registry file. Double-click the new file and confirm adding it to the Registry."

"Now, you can restart the computer to re-enable automatic updates, or open the Start Menu and choose All Programs > Windows Update to check for updates on the web manually. You should find new updates waiting for you, despite XP not receiving any updates since 2014."

"WINDOWS XP COMPUTER GETTING UPDATES UNTIL 2019."

OPERATING SYSTEM

WINDOWS XP 2017

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Keep Windows XP Going

No Google Chrome

Windows XP has no Support so what now

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Keep Windows XP Safe

The Fall of Windows XP

Windows XP Remote Access

Internet Explorer 8 is unsupported

Windows Support

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