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windows xpXP is a tag that has been used by many products, most notably Microsoft Windows XP and Microsoft Office XP. XP is generally considered to be short for eXPerience, although the XP term has since been used by many other software products, where it does not have any additional meaning.

XP can also be used as an emoticon that signifies "laughing really hard while sticking out the tongue."

Typically though when one refers to XP is is generally in reference to the Windows XP operating system, which, despite its age (it was released in 2001) is still one of the most popular operating systems in operation today.

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Save Time and Money with Online Print Services

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The End of XP

On April 8, 2014, Microsoft will officially stop supporting Windows XP. What does this mean for the millions of computers still using XP and what are some options for people that still...

All the Luxuries of Home While You’re on the Road

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    Top USB Hubs

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    Connecting Speakers to Your Computer

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    Working with RAR Files in Windows

    So you downloaded a great new application. Unfortunately, when you try to open it, Windows tells you it doesn’t know what to do with a RAR file. In this article, we will explain what RAR files are...

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    If Your Computer… Especially a Laptop… Shuts Down In an Instant

    If your computer has been running fine but suddenly shuts down in an instant, as if somebody turned off the power switch, there’s a good chance that happened. The CPU may have overheated and an automatic...

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    Dealing with Revoked Security Certificates

    While visiting a secure website, you may receive a security alert stating that revocation information for the security certificate is not available for this site. Check this article on how to solve the...

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Looking to save some money on PC performance enhancing software? You may want to consider using an older version of the popular and effective PC Registry Mechanic....