- The Windows 2000\XP\.NET Resource Index
Home | About Us | Search

Last Updated December 16, 2003


Windows 2003
Windows 2000
Windows XP
  Where to Start
  Install & Deployment
  Backup & Recovery
  Disk Mgmt
  File Mgmt
  Hardware Mgmt
  Performance Tuning
  Printer Mgmt
  User Management
  XP Web Sites
Book Reviews
Career Tools
Job Board
Hardware Guides
MCSE Toolkit





Getting Started with Windows XP

Where to Start

Windows XP FAQ
Our Frequently Asked Questions page for administrators and power users who need the a quick overview of Windows XP

Windows XP Technical Overview
This paper provides a technical overview of what's new in the Microsoft© Windows? XP operating system. It shows how new technologies and features make it easier to get work done, share information, manage your desktop, stay productive while traveling with a mobile computer, obtain help and support, and perform many other computing tasks. Because this paper is an overview, it does not address any area in detail but provides a broad look at the many new technologies and features in Windows XP. Source:

Windows XP 64-Bit Edition Technical Overview
This document introduces Windows XP 64-Bit Edition, a high performance workstation aimed at those engaged in solving complex scientific problems, developing high-performance design and engineering applications, or creating 3-D animations. Source:

Mobile Computing with Windows XP
This document explains how Windows XP builds on the innovations for mobile users built into Windows 2000 such as power management and extensive hardware support. It also discusses usability improvements that make mobile computing easier and more efficient. Source:

PC Design Checklist for Windows XP
Dreaming of a new computer to make the most of Windows XP? This article offers advice from Microsoft Driver and Hardware Development on building a PC optimized for Windows XP. 

Reliability Improvements in Windows XP Professional
Windows XP Professional includes several key improvements to system reliability and availability.  See why it's the most reliable Windows ever.

Usability Improvements in Windows XP for Knowledge Workers
This paper introduces the innovations in the user interface that make Windows XP more efficient for knowledge workers to use. Source:

Windows XP: What©s New in Device and Hardware Support
This paper highlights some of the major advances in Windows support for common device classes, such as scanners, cameras, audio devices, high-density storage devices and media (DVDs and CDs), displays, and explains the power management improvements in Windows XP beneficial to both desktop and laptop users. Source:

Windows XP Networking Features and Enhancements
This paper discusses some of the new features and enhancements that make networking a richer, more complete, and easier experience in Windows XP. Source:

What©s New in Security for Windows XP Professional and Windows XP Home Edition
This article presents a technical overview of what's new in security and privacy services for Windows XP. Source:

Managing Windows XP in a Windows 2000 Server Environment 
Intended for organizations that have already deployed or are planning to deploy the Active Directory© service, this article helps administrators manage policy settings for computers running Windows XP, the successor to Windows 2000 Professional. Many new features of Windows XP©such as Remote Assistance, Windows Media? Player, and Error Reporting©come with their own Group Policy settings that administrators can use to customize and standardize configurations for users and computers across the network.

User Data and Settings Management for Windows XP in a Windows 2000 Environment 
This article discusses two of the key components that provide user data and settings management in IntelliMirror©User Profiles and Folder Redirection. It also provides an architectural overview of these features, and presents sample scenarios showing how IntelliMirror is used throughout a computer©s lifecycle

Multilingual Features in Windows XP Professional


Entire contents
© 1999-2003 and TechTarget
All rights reserved

This site and its contents are Copyright 1999-2003 by Microsoft, NT, BackOffice, MCSE, and Windows are registered trademarks of Microsoft Corporation. Microsoft Corporation in no way endorses or is affiliated with The products referenced in this site are provided by parties other than makes no representations regarding either the products or any information about the products. Any questions, complaints, or claims regarding the products must be directed to the appropriate manufacturer or vendor.