Windows XP SP2 Professional x32_EN (~2mb) (Highly Compressed) Free Download
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Windows XP is an operating system produced by Microsoft for use on personal computers, including home and business desktops, laptops and media centers. First released to computer manufacturers on August 24, 2001. It is the second most popular version of Windows, based on installed user base. The name "XP" is short for "eXPerience", highlighting the enhanced user experience. Windows XP presented a significantly redesigned graphical user interface, a change Microsoft promoted as more user-friendly than previous versions of Windows. It is also the first version of Windows to use product activation to combat illegal copying. Windows XP was the most widely used operating system until August 2012, when Windows 7 overtook it. Windows XP featured a new task-based GUI (Graphical user interface).
System Requirements :
|Processor||233 MHz||At least 300 MHz|
|Memory||64 MB of RAM||At least 128 MB of RAM|
|Video adapter and monitor||Super VGA (800 x 600) or higher resolution|
|Hard drive disk||1.5 GB or higher|
|Optical drive||CD-ROM drive (Only to install from CD-ROM media)|
|Input devices||Keyboard, Microsoft Mouse or a compatible pointing device|
|Sound||Sound card and Speakers or headphones|
some window xp sp2 features based on a review--
10. Security hotfixes rollup--One of the least talked about--but most important--points of XP SP2 is that it contains a rollup of the previous XP security patches. For users who are spotty about keeping their systems patched, the security hotfixes rollup is reason enough to install SP2 right away.
9. Security Center--One of the most prominent new features in XP SP2 is the Security Center. Appearing as a shield icon in the system tray, the Security Center provides a graphical indicator that shows the current state of your system's antivirus protection, firewall, and Automatic Updates settings. It also provides links that let you change these settings.
8. Internet Explorer (IE) Add-on Manager--IE's new Add-on Manager lets you easily see all the add-ons that you've installed to enhance the functionality of IE and lets you enable or disable any of them. You access the Add-on Manager from IE by choosing Manage Add-ons from the Tools menu.
7. Outlook Express image blocking--Like Microsoft Office Outlook 2003, Outlook Express automatically blocks the display of images in message preview windows after you install XP SP2. Image blocking prevents rude Web sites from running uninvited code on your system and surreptitiously retrieving your personal and system information.
6. Popup blocking for IE--Another nice enhancement in SP2 is the Pop-Up Blocker for IE. After you install SP2, when you visit Web sites that attempt to send pop-ups to your system, Pop-Up Blocker suppresses the pop-ups and displays the message "Pop-ups were blocked" in the IE toolbar.
5. Data execution prevention (DEP)--Designed to put an end to buffer overflow exploits, the XP kernel was recompiled for SP2 using the No Execute (NX) flag. The NX flag lets XP mark memory as either executable or nonexecutable, preventing malware such as MSBlaster from running in memory that's designated as nonexecutable. Both AMD 64-bit processors and Intel's 64-bit Extended Memory 64 Technology (EM64T) processor support the NX attribute.
4. Integrated Bluetooth support--XP SP2 Bluetooth supports multiple devices, including cell phones, printers, keyboards, and mouse devices, as well as Palm and Pocket PC devices. You install Bluetooth devices using the Control Panel's new Bluetooth Devices applet. Of course, your system must have Bluetooth hardware to take advantage of this support.
3. Improved wireless support--The new Wireless Network Connection dialog box is another welcome networking enhancement. This dialog box provides a user-friendly view of the available wireless networks and lets you connect to or disconnect from them. To view the dialog box, select the View available wireless networks option on the Network Connection dialog box.
2. Secure wireless configuration--The XP SP2 Wireless Network Setup wizard walks you through the creation of a Wired Equivalent Privacy (WEP)or Wi-Fi Protected Access (WPA)secured wireless network and can save the configuration to a USB key, which you can then use to configure compatible network devices. To start the new wizard, open the Wireless Network Connection dialog box and select the Setup a wireless network option.
1. Windows Firewall--Unlike the old Internet Connection Firewall (ICF) found in pre-SP2 XP, Windows Firewall is both useable and essential. Some of the important features of Windows Firewall are that it's turned on by default, prevents system access at boot time, and prompts you to enable access on a per-program basis. You can learn more about Windows Firewall in "Meet Windows Firewall," May 2004, InstantDoc ID 42293, "Fine-Tuning Windows Firewall," June 2004, InstantDoc ID 42594, and "Windows Firewall Update," July 2004, InstantDoc ID 42931.
Today I am going to provide this Windows Xp Professional SP2 x86_EN (32 bit) OS in ~2mb file. This file is highly compressed. When you extract it you will find 631mb iso Image. Serial key is inside the iso image.
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