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Microsoft Windows XP Support
Save My System provides assistance and support for Windows XP Operating System
  • Upgrade your Windows to XP
  • Install your new Windows XP operating system
  • Secure your data
  • Backup your partitions, data and full hard-drive backup
  • Troubleshoot your XP (crashes, blue screens, internet explorer scripts errors, broadband setup and much more)
We are here to take care of your pc troubles so calls us today and tell us how we can help secure your data, and make the most of your computer.
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Microsoft Windows Help
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Microsoft Windows XP is a line of operating systems developed by Microsoft for use on general-purpose computer systems, including home and business desktops, notebook computers, and media centres.
Microsoft Windows XP was first released on October 25, 2001. Microsoft Windows XP is known for its advanced stability and efficiency over the 9x versions of Microsoft Windows. Microsoft Windows XP is built on an enhanced Windows 2000 code base, with different versions aimed at home users and business users: Microsoft Windows XP Home Edition and Windows XP Professional. Microsoft Windows XP incorporates the strengths of Windows 2000 ”standards-based security, manageability and reliability” with the top features of Windows 98 and Windows Me Plug and Play, easy-to-use user interface, and novel Microsoft windows XP support services to make the best Windows yet. The latest version of Microsoft Windows XP software includes Windows Security Center, which contains a firewall, as well as anti-spyware.
Microsoft Windows XP software is by far the most advanced software ever created.

Microsoft windows XP provides support various support services. Microsoft windows XP support services are provided both offline and online. You can download Microsoft XP Windows Support Tools from Microsoft's Download Center. Microsoft Windows XP Support Tools, provided free by Microsoft, are a suite of some 20+ separate applications that are extremely handy for a number of uses. Ordinary PC users probably won't use many of these apps ” they're mostly used by IT pros to troubleshoot and analyze Windows XP. But even if you're not an expert, don't be afraid of using the Windows Installer Clean Up Utility, which will help you remove all leftover files from a failed uninstall of a Windows Installer application.
Some additional features of Microsoft windows xp
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  • Automatically log when and why shutdowns have occurred
  • Recover lost data
  • Stay on top of registry changes
  • Set custom resolutions
  • Automatic optimization of your hard drive
  • Force unresponsive applications to close at shutdown
  • Simultaneously run two displays on the same PC
  • Scrub your hard drive clean
  • Increases disk space available by scaling back System Restore
Microsoft Windows XP is undoubtedly more constant than its predecessors. But yet it crashes, and it still has rare trouble shutting down. This registry hack logs all shutdown errors, telling you when, where, and why strange and annoying things have happened. Microsoft Windows XP has also been condemned by some users for security vulnerabilities, tight combination of applications such as Internet Explorer 6 and Windows Media Player, and for aspects of its default user interface.

Windows XP is an Operating system designed to help you in many ways.
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It's a launching bay : At its heart, Windows is a home base, a remote-control clicker that lets you call up the various software programs (applications) you use to do work or kill time. When you get right down to it, applications are the real reason you bought a PC.

Windows XP is a well-stocked software pantry onto itself; for example, it comes with such basic programs as a Web browser, email program, simple word processor, and calculator. Windows XP comes with eleven games, too, several of which you can play live against other people on the Internet.

If you were stranded on a desert island, the built-in Windows XP programs could suffice for everyday operations. But if you're like most people, sooner or later, you'll buy and install more software. That's one of the luxuries of using Windows: You can choose from a staggering number of add-on programs. Whether you're a left-handed beekeeper or a German-speaking nun, some company somewhere is selling Windows software designed just for you, its target audience.

It's a file cabinet: Every application on your machine, as well as every document you create, is represented on the screen by an icon .You can organize these icons into little onscreen file folders. You can make backups (safety copies) by dragging file icons onto a floppy disk or blank CD, or send them to people by email. You can also trash icons you no longer need by dragging them onto the Recycle Bin icon.

It's your equipment headquarters : What you can actually see of Windows is only the tip of the iceberg. An enormous chunk of Windows is behind the scenes plumbing that controls the various functions of your computer, its modem, screen, keyboard, printer, and so on.
What's new in windows xp:
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Windows XP is the most dramatic Windows overhaul since the introduction of Windows 95. As noted in the Introduction, Microsoft's goal in creating XP was gigantic: It wanted to merge its home line (the friendly but cranky Windows 95, 98, and Me) with its corporate line (the unattractive but rock-solid Windows NT and 2000) into a single, unified operating system that offers the best of both.

But this flowing of two streams into a single mighty river is only the beginning. Some of the following features will seem new only if you're used to Windows 2000, and others only if you're coming from, say, Windows ME.
Windows XP Provides Stabitlity
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The biggest news in Windows XP is that it's based on Windows 2000. Its features, including protected memory (if one program crashes, it isn't allowed to poison the well of memory that other programs use) and strong network security features, give you vastly improved stability. In fact, it's possible to go for weeks without having to restart a crashed PC (as opposed to days or, well, minutes with Windows Me). That's not to say that individual programs don't still bomb now and then—they do—but they no longer take down your whole computer.

Here's what else Microsoft has done to make your PC more stable:
  • System File Protection: Before Windows XP (and Me), the installer for some new piece of software might have replaced some important Windows file with an older version, resulting in instability or crashes. When an installer tries to do that in Windows XP, it gets the door slammed in its face. Of course, if its installer is unable to replace the component it wants to replace, your new software might not run. However, thanks to System File Protection, you'll at least be no worse off than before you performed the installation.
  • System Restore: Windows XP memorizes the condition of its own system files before you perform any kind of installation. If you find your PC doesn't work properly after installing some new piece of software, you can "roll back" your computer to its earlier, healthy condition. Once again, you've just undone the installation, so you can't use that new piece of software or equipment, but you've also saved lots of time troubleshooting. System Restore is a quick alternative to trying to return your machine, step by step, to the way it was before things went wrong. Bear in mind, though, that System Restore can't recover or monitor any changes to your own files (documents, email, and so on)—only system files and programs.
  • More careful driver management: As noted above, you need driver software for every component of your PC. Windows XP interrupts you with a warning message whenever some installer tries to put an incompatible driver onto your system. And if that roadblock fails, you can use the Driver Rollback feature to restore any driver that got replaced by a flakier one.
  • Auto Update : Like any software company, Microsoft regularly releases small fixes, patches, and updates to Windows. In the old days, it was your job to read the magazines or scan the Web sites for news about these updates. Windows XP takes over that task for you; whenever you're connected to the Internet, Windows invisibly sneaks over to the Microsoft Web site, checks for updates to your software components, downloads any that it thinks you need, and pops up a window offering to install the patch for you. (You can turn off this feature if it feels too much like Big Brother).
A Cosmetic Overhaul
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As you've probably discovered already, Windows XP looks much more modern and colourful than its cosmetically challenged predecessors. The taskbar and window borders are now a shimmering, backlit blue; the redesigned icons have a 3-D shadowed look; tiny animations liven up the desktop; and the Recycle Bin is now in the lower-right corner, as though it's the period at the end of a screen-size paragraph.

Other functional and cosmetic enhancements:
  • When the taskbar gets crowded, it now automatically consolidates window buttons for each program. If you're working on six Word documents, you might see just a single Microsoft Word button on the taskbar, which you can use as a pop-up menu to switch to a specific document.
  • The Start menu is now a better-organized, two-column affair recently used programs are listed in the left column, and everything else (My Documents, My Computer, Control Panel, Search, and so on) is in the right.
  • The Control Panel can open in two different views: either as a window full of icons, as before (Classic View), or in tidy function-related categories (Category View).
  • There must be a neat freak on the XP design team, because Windows XP is practically obsessive about keeping your desktop and taskbar clear of clutter. A new installation of Windows XP presents you with an immaculate desktop graced by only a single icon, the Recycle Bin. (Of course, computer companies may still install desktop icons on new PCs.) The software interrupts on week intervals, offering to clean desktop icons that are not frequently used into a dedicated folder. Similarly, the notification area (once called the taskbar tray ) hides little buttons that you rarely use.
Pictures, Music, and Movies
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Windows XP gets a gold star for its new picture, music, and movie features. For example, the simple act of plugging a digital camera into your PC opens a dialog box that offers to transfer your photos from camera to hard drive.

Windows XP comes with version 8 or 9 of Media Player, which lets you play movies, listen to distant radio stations over the Internet, burn music CDs, and transfer music files to your portable MP3 player.
Miscellaneous Touch-Ups
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Nips and tucks are everywhere in Windows XP. For example:
  • XP machines start up and wake up faster than in previous Windows versions.
  • Desktop windows now offer a left-side task that offers one-click access to jobs you might need to do.
  • Windows XP comes with Internet Explorer 6, an upgraded Web browser that offers better security features and a couple of nifty picture-viewing options.
  • XP offers a few useful technologies expressly for laptop owners, including Clear Type (for easier-to-read text on flat-panel screens) and improved battery management.
  • Frightened Web users can take some comfort in XP's new, built-in firewall software, which blocks hacker invasions from the Internet.
  • Windows Messenger lets you exchange instant messages with people on your MSN, Hotmail, or Windows Messenger "buddy list" over the Internet. If your PC has a microphone and speakers, you can also talk to your pals toll-free. Windows Messenger even turns your PC into a videophone, if it has a video camera.
  • Remote assistance means that, in times of troubleshooting, you can extend an invitation to someone geekier than yourself to see, and even take control of, your PC from across the Internet. For anyone who's ever lived through the exasperating experience of trying to troubleshoot a friend's computer over the phone ("Now do you see a message on the screen? What does it say? No, no, that's the Recycle Bin¦"), this is a big deal.
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