Microsoft Windows XP Home Edition is the next version of the Windows operating system, which is designed exclusively for home computing. Windows XP Home Edition puts the exciting experiences of the digital age at your fingertips. From digital photos, music, and video to building a home network, Windows XP Home Edition brings you into the digital age with ease. Built on the solid foundation of Windows 2000, Windows XP Home Edition also sets the standard in efficient and dependable computing. A great visual design, reliable Windows engine, and Internet security features combine with capabilities for sharing your computer, to give you the most dependable Windows operating system yet.
License Type: OEM License
Media Format: CD-ROM
Product Title: Microsoft Windows XP Home Edition w/SP2
Power Score: 4.3 | 10 Reviews
Min License Size: 1 user(s)
Max License Size: 1 user(s)
Required Processor Class: Intel Pentium Processor
Required Processor Speed: 300 MHz
Required Memory: 128 MB
Required Disk Space: 1.5 GB
URL: Manufacturer Link
Description: Windows XP Home Edition w/Service Pack 1 (Full Product)
Product Reviews (10)
Strengths: Its alot better than win98 and winME. Secure, Stable, nice design, user friendly.
Weakness: Of course it has weaknesses its made by microsoft. usual crashes, lockups, upgrade errors..but hey thats windows.
If you haven't already upgraded to windows XP then trust me when I tell you, its time. If you want the cheap version then buy XP home but it lacks XP professional's server, business, and Windows Servers support just to name a few. Other than that, you can do everything with XP home, internet, word processing, games...etc. I use XP home for my kids computers, because they don't need the more...
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If you haven't already upgraded to windows XP then trust me when I tell you, its time. If you want the cheap version then buy XP home but it lacks XP professional's server, business, and Windows Servers support just to name a few.
Other than that, you can do everything with XP home, internet, word processing, games...etc.
I use XP home for my kids computers, because they don't need the more expensive software for their use.
Since I do web hosting I myself use XP pro.
XP home will run on any new or little bit older systems, unlike Vista that came out yesterday you probably won't need to do any major updates.
If you need an OS to use 64bit technology then you must buy XP Pro 64bit or vista 64bit, because XP home does not support 64bit. If you ask me there aren't many software out there that support 64bit, so in the mean time stick to 32bit. If you are a hardcore digital video or a gamer then you should definitely consider 64bit.
By aceskull - Jan 31, 2007
Windows XP Home Edition w/Service Pack 2
Strengths: best software
fast and Definitely the most stable, user friendly microsoft operating system yet. Requires large amounts of ram, and takes up more hard drive space than any past microsoft os, but runs smoothly and multi-tasks well.
By bmkrishi - Aug 2, 2006
Strengths: Works well big upgrade over Win 98 and 2000.
Weakness: These are well known and I don't need to repeat them
The OEM edition is a great buy for anyone who wants to put windows on a computer without a microsoft OS. Reactivation isn't a problem. I've had to reactivate mine a number of times as I have swapped components, but only once have I had to call microsoft and I got through quickly and was given a new activation code without a problem.
By mdhtbm - May 20, 2006
Windows XP Rocks
Strengths: Very Good Operating System... Try to beat it. You can't.
Weakness: Not very much
Very good product, arrived in a timely fashion, in the condition said. Windows XP is the ONLY way to go (Until they come out with the next OS) Thank You
By dukefam - Dec 13, 2005
Happy Happy Joy Joy. All works as...
Strengths: Best Windows OS yet
Happy Happy Joy Joy. All works as expected. Even plays my kids software that wouldn't boot in 98. Have plenty of RAM and go for it.
By Lonnie106 - Apr 26, 2005