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diffrence between xp professional and xp home edition

By amitsharma51 ·
difference between windows 2000 and xp

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They've all got different names and dates of build ...

by OldER Mycroft In reply to diffrence between xp prof ...

As for any comparisons between three different operating systems, you'll have to be much more specific. :)

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XP Pro was about $100.00 more expensive to Home.

by OH Smeg In reply to diffrence between xp prof ...

Also Pro can be added to a Domain and supports 10 Concurrent Connections.

XP Home and Media Center Can Not be added to a Domain and only support 5 Concurrent Connections.

As for other differences you'll need to be specific in what you are wanting as there are many differences available in all of the different versions of XP. Things like XP Volume License is only available in the Pro version is just one example.

Col

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You forgot W2K ...

by OldER Mycroft In reply to XP Pro was about $100.00 ...

I'd have expected better of you!

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But But But they never asked about W2K. :_|

by OH Smeg In reply to You forgot W2K ...

I was trying to save my poor overworked fingers from wearing down to the bone in the wrist. :_|

I'm sorry. :_|

No I is not sorry get stuffed.

Col ]:)

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If I were to choose

by Jacky Howe In reply to diffrence between xp prof ...

1. Would have to be XP Pro is more powerful than XP Home.
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2. There are features built into XP that are not included in Win2K.
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