You’ll notice some changes as soon as you start Microsoft Windows XP. The desktop background, Start menu, and taskbar have a new look. But the features that are new or greatly improved in this version of Windows go beyond just changes in appearance. Some changes won’t be apparent to you until you start using the program.
Windows XP comes in several editions:
Windows XP Professional is designed for businesses of all sizes, and in some cases might be appropriate for home use, if you have a networked environment within your home. You can upgrade to Windows XP Professional from Microsoft Windows NT Workstation or Microsoft Windows 2000 Professional.
Windows XP Home Edition is designed for home computers that are not ...