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The Most Popular Operating System - Windows XP installation

Windows XP is the most amicable series of operating system, which has been developed by Microsoft and was introduced on October 25, 2001. It was the first version, where Microsoft put the restriction of product activation, to combat illegal copying.
Read this blog to know the authentic method of installing Windows XP.
First you should check the compatibility of Windows XP with hardware configuration of your computer.
“As per recommendation you must have a computer equipped with a processor of minimum 233 MHz to 300 MHz or higher, minimum memory around 64 MB RAM2 to 128 MB RAM or higher, video adapter and monitor -Super VGA (800 x 600) or higher resolution and Hard drive disk free space -1.5 GB or higher”
Note: Additional 1.8 GB in Service Pack 2 and additional 900 MB in Service Pack 3
You can follow the given steps to install Windows XP on your computer.
Step 1. Load your DVD tray with Windows XP installation CD/DVD.
Step 2. Restart your computer and press any key when prompted to do so.
Step 3. As the content of the DVD is getting copied, you receive a message like "Disc one - (#)Megabytes". Press D button of your keyboard.
Step 4. To create new partition press “C.” You are flexible to decide number of partition and size of each. Press Enter once you have decided the size. You can decide the partition, where you want to locate operating system XP’s file. Choose the file system as “NTFS” as permitted for Windows XP and complete the installation procedure with the help of on-screen prompts.
Next step in Windows XP installation is to equip it with compatible device drivers for network adapter, wireless adapters, CD-ROMS, Hard Drives, Video Cards, and Printers so that you can accomplish your task perfectly.

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