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Windows XP won’t be officially supported for much longer.
Hoping to use it for stability purposes but it definitely seems to be running on thin ice.
Original intentions were to run FL Studio and Wordpad.
Specs: Pentium D Processor1x 512MB of RAM(took one out, also have 2x256 and 4x128)250 GB SATA HD(also have 350GB, 2x 20GB, and 2x 3GB)Hoping to use two HD's for storage.
Can anyone tell me if I can utilize the strength of the hardware, and simplicity of the OS? INI file is empty and on bootup it says VNETBIOS hardware is missing.
Or perhaps you’re perfectly happy with your existing software and just use your computer for very basic things, so you don’t see the point in paying Microsoft an upgrade fee.
Here are your options: Windows 7: If you’re still using Windows XP, there’s a good chance you won’t want to go through the shock of upgrading to Windows 8.
The vast majority of people who upgrade to Windows XP will take an existing Windows 98, 98 SE, or Millennium Edition (Me) installation and upgrade it in-place. Windows 9x/Me and XP may look similar, but they're built on two completely different technology platforms, and it's actually sort of amazing that an upgrade between them can take place at all.
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Windows 9x/Me is based on DOS, a 16-bit command line OS that debuted in 1983.
XP, however, is based on the stable and reliable 32-bit NT platform, which first debuted in 1993.