Windows® XP Professional laptops
Features of Windows® XP Professional in your laptops
Most of laptops Dell® Series, Compaq, Lenovo®, Samsung, Sony, Toshiba and many more come with Windows® XP Professional embedded in it. Windows® XP Professional provides a streamlined, better performance on your laptops. It is easier and more capable with networking; integrated CD-R/RW playback and burn features. Its Remote Assistance tool aids troubleshooting and controls the remote systems. And to install Windows® XP on your laptop you need to fulfill some system requirements. This may vary depending on system configurations and features. But still, the minimum hardware requirements of your laptop should include Pentium® 233 MHz processor or faster, at least 64 MB of RAM, 1.5 GB of available space on the hard disk, CD-ROM or DVD-ROM drive, video adapter and monitor with Super VGA, sound card, speakers or headphones.
Below are discussed some of the features of Windows® XP Professional for your laptops:
- Windows® XP keyboard shortcuts
- Windows® XP registry backup
- Windows® XP SP check tool
- Windows® XP boot disk
Windows® XP keyboard shortcuts
Today’s world has a high-speed fast pace IT environment. It’s very important to work quickly and efficiently. You can use shortcut keys like ‘Windows® key’, ‘Windows® key+ pause break’ to access system properties and ‘Windows® key+ r’ to quickly get ‘Run’ dialogue box. You can also use ‘Windows key+ L’ to quickly lock your laptop and ‘Windows key+ F’ to search for something. In addition, for minimizing you can use ‘Windows key+ D’ and many more. You can also create your own shortcuts for Windows® XP laptop.
Windows® XP registry backup
Windows® XP Registry prevents a basic level of technical issues for your system. Backing up the registry in Windows® XP is simple when you need that backup. The Registry is the central hierarchical database used by Windows® XP for the storage of information needed to configure system applications and hardware devices. Registry keeps all the configuration information on your laptop.
SP check is a support tool that can be quickly used to assess the service pack level of installed components on a file on the file basis. SP Check will generate a report file that will list the origin of each file for each installed component. SP Check is used to report on the service packs like the TCP/IP, IPX/SPX, SNMP and others.
A boot disk can start the operating system on a computer running Windows® XP. Many issues can occur like boot sector damage, missing files, improper drivers and so on. To solve these booting issues you can use the Windows® XP boot disk.