Definitions for "Windows XP"
Windows XP, released in 2001 by Microsoft is a 32-bit operating system built on the Windows 2000 kernel. Windows XP comes in a Professional version and a Home Edition version.
Microsoft Windows XP was introduced in 2001 and is the most significant upgrade ...
Operating system released by Microsoft Corporation in 2001 as a successor to Windows Me.Windows XP is built on the Windows 2000 kernel to ensure greater stability and has a redesigned user interface.
Windows XP is yet another flavor of MS-Windows (specifically the planned replacement for both Windows ME and Windows 2000). Windows XP currently only runs on the x86 processors; it remains to be seen whether or not it will be ported to the Merced when it becomes available. Windows XP is probably currently the most popular form of MS-Windows.
The replacement for both Windows Me/98/95 and Windows 2000/NT on the workstation (client). The server operating systems were renamed Windows 2002. See also Windows NT.
Acronym for "When It's Not Daudling Or Wasting Space, eXpect Problems".
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