Microsoft Windows. Windows XP Versions. XP Home XP Professional Main difference between Home & Pro is the ability to log in to a Domain Network. XP Professional 64-Bit – Can access more the 4GB of System Memory XP Media Center Edition
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1-GHz 32-bit or 64-bit CPU
1 GB of RAM
40 GB Hard Drive with 15 GB available
Support for DirectX 9 Graphics and 128 MB of Graphic Memory (Minimum)
Flip and Flip 3D
Pervasive Search capability
Previous Versions of a file, using Shadow Copy. (Only in Business and Ultimate).
Hard Drive Imaging (Business & Ultimate)
Search Folders (Saved Searches)
Flip is the replacement for the "Alt+Tab Task Switcher". Hold down the Alt key and repeatedly hit Tab to cycle through all open programs.
Displays a live thumbnail of the application instead of a generic icon, to help you select the correct window.
Release the Alt key to select the currently selected window.
Also helps you choose one of the currently open windows, but uses the Windows key instead of Alt.
Creates a 3D "rolodex" of live views of open applications, approximately 1/3 of full size.
Used when Flip's thumbnails aren't large enough to find the window you want.
Almost every window that displays a list of some kind has a Search box.
Typing a few characters of the file name or program name will narrow the list to matching entries.
Particularly helpful on the "Start" menu.
Save the criteria of a search to be able to execute the search at a later time.
Has the effect of creating "Virtual Folders." It is no longer important to remember where you saved a file.
Previous versions of Windows had built-in file backup, but Vista adds "Full Computer Backup", taking a snapshot of you hard drive and storing it in a file on an external drive or a network drive.
Allows you to quickly recover from a catastrophic failure.