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Thread: Whats Better For My Circumstance?

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    I have a real copy of XP home and a copy of Corp i just dwled. I have a dell 8200 with a 2 ghz chip, 120 gigs of hd (2 HD's 3 Partitions) 512 ram. Im on my univer. network which i hear is a OC3 connection. What would be better sticking with the licenced copy of home or the Corp?

  2. Software & Hardware   -   #2
    Double Agent
    Join Date
    May 2003
    always use the authentic copy if you have one

    it's safer if you do your online banking

    my dad told me anyways

  3. Software & Hardware   -   #3
    sparsely's Avatar °¤°¤°¤°¤°¤°¤°
    Join Date
    Dec 2002
    static hum
    anyways...unless you're planning on joining a domain, need integrated encryption, or things of the like, Home Edition is probably
    fine for you.

    4 ur head:
    Originally posted by some other place@ some other person
    Which version of Microsoft® Windows®  XP is right for me?

    Confused about which version of Windows XP best meets your needs? For
    individual consumers or those with small home networks, Windows XP
    Home Edition is generally the right choice. Windows XP Home Edition
    helps unlock the potential of the personal computer to provide users
    with the best of the Internet and digital entertainment. Windows XP
    Home Edition supports home networking for up to five users to
    simultaneously access shared resources (e.g internet connections,
    printers, shared disk drivers, etc.). Windows XP Professional
    contains all the features in Windows XP Home Edition plus additional
    features for business and power users. If your system will be part of
    a corporate domain and/or will be remotely managed, Windows XP
    Professional is the best solution.

    Features available only in Windows XP Professional

    > Peer to peer networking for up to 10 simaltaneous users (Windows XP
    Home only supports five simaltaneous users)
    > Server-based networking using domain authentication and support for
    Active Directory
    > Remote Desktop allows you to work from vertually anywhere and
    access files, applications and network services from almost any
    > Encrypted File System (EFS) helps protect sensitive data, even if
    your computer is stolen
    > Support for dual processors
    > Access Control restricts access to files and folders
    > Enhanced software restriction policy allows adminstrators to
    identify software and control its ability to execute
    > Group Policies allow administrators to organize users into logical
    groups and assign settings (security, appearance, management options)
    > Offline Files and Folders and Synchronization Manager allow users
    to work on documents while disconnected from the network. Offline
    folders can be encrypted for protection. Document changes are
    replicated back to the network
    > System Preparation tool helps administrators clone configurations
    and applications for deployment to multiple machines
    > Remote OS installation allows Windows XP Professional to be
    installed across the network
    > Multilingual support allows users to create, read, and edit
    documents in many languages using the English language version of
    Windows XP Professional
    > WMI (Windows Management Instrumentation) provides standard
    infrastructure for monitoring and managing systems

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  4. Software & Hardware   -   #4
    Join Date
    May 2003
    I HEAR pro is more stable, i have home my self and no problems so far

  5. Software & Hardware   -   #5
    Join Date
    May 2003
    North-east england UK
    yeah im a homie

  6. Software & Hardware   -   #6
    what if i throw 2000 into the mix would 2000 be better. Would there be a point to running a dual boot?


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