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  1. Module 1 Additional SlidesIntroducing Windows XP Professional

  2. Overview • What is Windows XP? • Home Edition versus Professional • New Windows XP Features

  3. What is Windows XP? • Built on the foundation of Windows 2000 • Merger of Consumer and Business Operating Systems • Two Versions • Windows XP Home Edition • Windows XP Professional • Single Code Base • Two Platforms • IA32 • IA64 – Pro only

  4. Home Edition versus Professional • Same core operating system • Windows XP Home Edition • Consumer platform • Simplified interface • Windows XP Professional • Business platform • Different characteristics when joined versus disjoined to a domain

  5. Home Edition • Built for ease of use • Simplified interface by default • Easy user account management • Security • No domain membership • No administrator logon except in Safe Mode • No administrative shares created • All inbound connections authenticated as Guest

  6. Professional • Designed for business or advanced home users • All the features of Home Edition • Behaves like Home Edition when disjoined • Logon and security behavior is the same as Windows 2000 Professional when joined

  7. Windows XP 64-bit • Designed for specialized technical workstation users • Windows XP supported on Itanium Systems • XP 64 bit Pro only (no home edition) • Look and feel identical to 32-bit version • Most Windows-compatible 32-bit applications will run “as is” in a subsystem of Windows XP 64-Bit Edition • Win16 and DOS apps will not run • Some IA32 functions not supported (eg CD ROM burning)

  8. System Requirements

  9. Windows XP Features Troubleshooting Enhanced Supportability System Maintenance & Recovery Networking User Experience Multimedia

  10. Enhanced Supportability • Driver Blocking • Driver Rollback • Side-by-Side Components • Device and application compatibility • Automated System Recovery (ASR)

  11. User Experience Welcome screen • Welcome Screen • Fast User Switching • Simplified Desktop • Taskbar “Notification Area” and Start menu • Web Publishing and Sharing • Remote Desktop • Internet Time Synchronization Start menu

  12. Multimedia • Windows Image Acquisition (WIA) • DirectX 8.1 • Windows Media Player for Windows XP • Windows Movie Maker 1.1

  13. System Maintenance & Recovery • System File Protection (SFP) • System Restore • Help and Support • Unified Help interface • Remote Assistance

  14. Networking • PPP Over Ethernet (PPPoE) • Network Bridging • Internet Connection Firewall • IP over 1394 • Universal Plug and Play

  15. Troubleshooting • System Configuration Utility (MSCONFIG) • Network diagnostics • My Computer information in Help and Support • Debugging enhancements