Acer® Laptops with Windows® XP®
What are the different Acer laptops having Windows XP as Operating Systems and what are the features and usability of Windows XP?
Acer Aspire One D250 Netbook in Blue and Acer Travelmate TIMELINE 8371-944G50 laptop are the two most commonly used Laptops with Windows XP as Operating System. The screen-size of Acer Aspire One D250 Netbook is 10.1 inches. The resolution capability of this notebook is 1034x600 pixels. The processor that is associated with your Acer Aspire One D250 Netbook is Intel Atom N270 with a clock speed of 1.6 GHz. The RAM and Hard drive capacities are 1 GB and 160 GB respectively. Microsoft Windows XP Home Edition is the Operating System associated with Acer Aspire One D250 Netbook. Acer Travelmate TIMELINE 8371-944G50 is another model of Acer that is loaded Windows XP Operating System. The screen size of this model of Acer Laptop is 13.3 inches. Also a good resolution is supported by this notebook series. The RAM and Hard drive capacity of this model are 4GB and 500GB respectively.
Following gives you a better idea regarding the features and usability of Windows XP Operating System:
- Start menu
- Management of folders and files
- Control Panel
The start menu of Windows XP Operating System has been redesigned to get faster and easier performance than ever. All system links that were formerly stored on the desktop for instance, My Computer and My Documents are presently allocated on the Start menu. Thus, Start menu is a single source for launching applications, finding documents, and also for altering the settings. The most regularly used Programs list has been added to the Start menu, directly below the Internet and e-mail items.
Management of folders and files
Windows XP Explorer adds many new features that make it more convenient to find files, open programs, and navigate your system. The new added features of Windows XP Operating System includes enhanced navigation pane, a new sidebar that displays tasks and details, and a latest way of viewing files and folders called Tile View.
It is alleged that possessing a single access point to multiple tasks is a significant productivity feature for Windows Operating System users. Often, these are tasks that could be accomplished making use of existing Control Panel features. However, for the case of most of the users, these tasks are considered either difficult or time-consuming to locate. Windows XP features a better Icons view in Control Panel named Category view. The advanced Control Panel makes it easier to navigate to common settings and control panel tools. In addition to it, this speeds up the access to regularly used control panels, and combines user assistance with the Control Panel user interface.