Despite its age, Windows XP remains an incredibly popular operating system. In 2010, Windows XP accounted for nearly 60% of the operating system market share.
The Windows XP installation process is designed to be easy, but for power users and administrators there are plenty of ways to customize and automate the process even further. Tools like nLite, SysPrep and Driver Packs provide the ability to fine tune your Windows XP installation process.
This guide provides you with all the information you need to perform a basic Windows installation, and shows you a few tricks to help make the process easier.
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