Microsoft Windows Operating Systems
|Windows 95|| |
first version for the standard user that was also a full-blown OS
|Windows 98|| |
web page design programs, words and images will be displayed on the monitor as they will look on the printed page or web page.
|Windows Me|| |
Windows 95, 98 and Me. Used some DOS programs as part of the underlying OS (called a DOS core). Used a combo of 16bit and 32bit processing.
|Windows NT||Windows NT (NT stands for "New Technology") is a family of businessoriented, graphic-based, multi-tasking network operating systems produced by Microsoft, the first version of which was released in July 1993. It was originally designed to be a powerful high-level-languagebased, processor-independent, multiprocessing, multiuser operating system with features comparable to UNIX. It is a standalone operating system that is also a "network ready" system capable of being a small application server for a workgroup of Windows based PCs. Windows NT was replaced by Windows 2000, however is still in widespread use.|
|Windows 2000||Upgrades to XP Professional but requires clean install for XP Home and XP x64 and requires a clean install of any Vista|
|Windows XP Home Edition|| |
The XP edition that does not include Remote Desktop, multilingual capabilities, roaming profiles, and support for high-end processors.
|Windows XP Professional|| |
Edition of Windows XP designed for businesses.
Microsoft's fastest, most efficient operating system to date offering quicker program start up, built-in diagnostics, automatic recovery, improved security, and enhanced searching and organizing capabilities and is available in multiple editions: Windows Firewall,W's Messenger; W's Media Player; W's Sidebar
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