Does XP work on Windows 7 operating systems?
Well, Windows 7 Professional comes with, "XP Mode." "XP Mode" is a program installed Windows 7 Professional where you can use XP on a Windows 7-upgraded/Windows 7-installed PC or notebook.
Windows 7 Home Premium, and Windows 7 Ultimate DO NOT come with "XP Mode."
windows xp is a type of operating system and windows vista is the newer and changed version of it. an operating system is basically what generates what you see on the screen. windows 7 is the newest of these operating systems they are also referred to as: Windows XP= WinXP Windows Vista= WinVista Windows 7= Win7
XP stands for "Experienced". Microsoft had gained enough experience from their 9x or dos based operating systems like windows 95, windows 98 etc, and from their NT-based operating systems like windows NT 4, 2000. Therefore, they used all that experience to build an operating sytem having features from both the lines, and named it Windows XP, or an experienced windows operating system. I told you what I knew, I could be wrong as well.
This applies to Windows XP and all 32bit or 64bit Windows Operating systems: 32bit Windows Operating systems are made to be used with 32bit motherboard/processors. All 64bit Windows Operating systems can only be used on a 64bit motherboard/processor and will not work with 32bit motherboard/processor architecture. 64bit Windows Operating Systems is also the only one made to utilize all of the processors on multi core processor (dual core, quad core, etc) systems. All Windows Operating…
Microsoft-based operating systems such as Windows Server 2003, Windows XP, Windows Vista, and Windows 7 starting to come out now are the most popular. After that, other operating systems include Macintosh OSX, variations of unix, including Linux, and depending on the application, mainframe operating systems such as OS/400 and Solaris. --Greg