Computers running Windows XP Home Edition cannot join a domain.
Windows XP Home Edition includes Internet Information Services.
Windows XP Home Edition includes Remote Desktop.
Windows XP Home Edition does not support the use of dynamic disks.
Windows XP Home Edition supports two processors
The local computer
A 233 MHz processor, 128 MB RAM, and a 2 GB hard disk with 1.5 GB free space.
A 200 MHz processor, 64 MB RAM, and a 2 GB hard disk with 1.5 GB free space.
A 233 MHz processor, 64 MB RAM, and a 4 GB hard disk with 2 GB free space.
A 233 MHz processor, 64 MB RAM, and a 2 GB hard disk with 1.5 GB free space.
[boot sequence] and [operator default]
[boot location] and [operations default]
[boot loader] and [operating systems]
[boot XP] and [open win.exe]
Windows XP Professional kernel
A hardware device is failing to respond
After installing a new driver, Windows XP Professional Blue Screens
You are unable to access your user profile
You disable a driver which is critical to Windows XP Professional
Rolling back a driver
Copying files between hard disks and from a floppy disk to a hard disk (but not from hard disk to a floppy disk), which allows you replace or remove items that might be affecting the boot process, or to retrieve user data from an unsalvageable computer
Starting and stopping services
Adding, removing, and formatting partitions on the hard disk
Activate the device in the Display Properties dialog box. Confirm that you chose the correct video driver.
Try a different Monitor Model to see if it has the same effect.
Switch the order of the adapters in the slots. (The primary adapter must qualify as a secondary adapter.)
Turn the Monitor on and off and check the cables.
Restart the computer to confirm that the secondary display initialized. If not, check the status of the video adapter in Device Manager.
When a computer enters hibernation mode, Windows XP turns off most of the devices in the computer (including the display, hard disks, and peripherals)
When a computer is in hibernation mode, it is not reliant on a power source—the computer is completely shut down.
When your computer enters standby mode, Windows saves the information in memory (including open programs and windows) to your hard disk, and then your computer shuts down.
In Standby Mode if the power source is interrupted (for example, if the battery runs out), information in memory is lost.
Exactly 1024MB RAM
Equal to 1.5 times the total amount of RAM.
Equal to 3 times the total amount of RAM.
Internet Information Services (IIS)
Management and Monitoring Tools