Windows XP SP3 Professional 32 Bit 64 Bit: Product Review:
Windows XP SP3 is a light weight, quick and a popular operating system by Microsoft. Many individuals and firms, organizations are still addicted to XP Service Pack 3, just because of its simplicity and lightness. User dependability is still in big numbers, although Windows 7, Windows 8 and brand new Windows 10 is there. Service Pack 3 comes with some enhancements and improvements to SP1 and SP2. In fact some basic improvements like WMC are made in this release, plus the, operating system itself seems pretty much stable and quick while performing different tasks.XP Sp3 would allow you to download and install updated automatically to keep OS updated and security centre as well. So its quite convenient to opt it as your beloved OS . No improvement to Internet Explorer, but media centre is efficient enough to deal with high resolution photographs, media player items and gallery stuff.
Key features of Windows XP Pro SP2 64-Bit:
– Make maximum use of system RAM
– Speed up implementation of the program
– Implementation of most 32-bit applications faster
At the same time -Nsb Internet Explorer 8.0 (the latest version of Internet Explorer available for WindowsXP)
– While installing Windows Media Player 11.0
– Speed up Windows as well as when working with the Internet and network
– The new version of Remote Desktop Connection
– Increase the stability of Windows
– Previous Windows and speed problems
– New Updates and Hot Fix and
– And …
The primary benefit of moving to 64-bit is the increase in the maximum allocatable system memory (RAM). Windows XP 32-bit is limited to a total of 4 GB, which is, by default, equally divided between Windows kernel and application usage. Using the / 3GB switch in the boot.ini file forces Windows to limit the kernel to the upper 1GB and provides up to 3GB for applications. Windows XP x64 can support much more memory; although the theoretical memory limit a 64-bit computer can address is about 16 exbibytes (16 billion Gibabytes), Windows XP x64 is currently limited to 128 GB of physical memory and 16 TiB of virtual memory. Microsoft claims this limit will be increased as hardware capabilities improve.
System requirements to install Windows XP Professional:
At least 64 megabytes (MB) of RAM (128 MB is recommended)
At least 1.5 gigabytes (GB) of available space on the hard disk.
CD-ROM or DVD-ROM drive.
Video adapter and monitor with Super VGA (800 x 600) or higher resolution.
Keyboard and a Microsoft Mouse or some other compatible pointing device.