Windows® XP Professional
Windows® XP Professional is an operating system that helps in increasing the stability of the user’s system. The operating system can improve system’s integrity, manageability, and ultimately lowers the cost of ownership of the PC. Windows® XP Professional is built on the code base of Windows® NT and Windows® 2000 that has a 32-bit computing architecture and a protected memory model. It offers a mechanism for multiple versions of Windows® components to be installed and run side by side at the same time.
Windows® XP Professional is designed especially for business users. It is defined as one of the best operating system for business individuals. The operating system is user-friendly and easy to use by professional users.
Windows® XP Professional has a number of features that can enhance your system’s speed and performance. It has various options that are unavailable in the Home Edition. It has an access control option that allows specific permissions on some important files that is to be given to specific users under normal circumstances. However, users can also utilize tools other than Windows® Explorer, including 'File Manager' or restart to 'Safe Mode' for modifying access control lists. It also has an encrypt file storage option on the computer's hard drive so that they cannot be read by other users. It also has the ability to become a part of Windows Server® domain, which includes a group of computers that are remotely managed by a number of central servers.
It is a very simple and easy to use operating system that has a number of features.
- FIVE – Access Control Program
Its access control program provides specific permission on certain files to the users.
- FOUR – Remote Desktop
The Windows® XP Professional has a remote desktop server that allows your computer to be operated by the other Windows® XP user through a local area network or the Internet.
- THREE – Storing Important Data
Its offline files and folders allow the PC to store a copy of important data automatically from another networked computer.
- TWO – Smart Card Support
It has smart card support capabilities, such as it supports for smart card log on to terminal server sessions that are hosted on Windows Server® 2003.
- ONE – Add-on Manager for IE
It works as a Internet Explorer® add-on manager that enforces a list of Internet Explorer® add-ons that can be enabled or disabled to enhance security.
It is strongly recommended by iYogi that Windows® XP Professional can best serve the needs of business users.