Windows XP Pro is an operating system created by Microsoft. It was released in 2001, and is one of three main versions of Windows XP, the other two being Windows XP Home and Windows XP Media Center. The Pro version is aimed at the business market, and includes the ability to join a domain, provides more intricate security settings, a version for 64 bit CPUs and additional networking functionality.
Windows XP SP3 was released in 2008, and will be supported by Microsoft until April 2014.
This guide provides a wealth of tips and tricks to help you use Windows XP Pro.
|Lockdown Windows XP Pro with the Group Policy Editor
This short guide will tell you how to use the Windows XP Professional Group Policy Editor to lock down a PC. This will allow you to set custom wallpaper, prevent users from saving to...
Virtual Private Networks in Business Environments: Windows XP
Virtual Private Networks use protocols to tunnel data from a client computer to a host computer by encrypting it. Windows XP Professional is one of Microsoft's most stable operating...
|How to Use Windows XP's Backup Tool
If you are using Windows XP, you do not need to spend a lot of money for your back-up needs. XP has a very nice tool that nobody seems to notice. In this article, we take a look at...
Creating Your Own FTP Server on Windows XP Professional
Ever questioned how files are shared over a network? It is done with File Transfer Protocol (FTP). Let’s find out how you can set up your own FTP Server on a Windows...