You cannot downgrade an operating system. You will have to nuke the hard drive and reload from the beginning. This is a tough one to do because you have to back-up everything you want to keep and make sure you have all the drivers for everything in your computer. XP has most of the drivers for common add-ons and if it is the Disk that came with your computer originally then it will likely have everything you need. I have done this before. It is not fun but it definitely gives you a nice fresh clean start. Note: You can downgrade but then after using VM ware software. just minimize windows server opreting system and start XP.
You DO NOT have to wipe your hard drive or "downgrade" to run windows XP on a vista computer. Download and install Microsoft Virtual PC. its free and will allow you to run another operating system in a window of the current one you are running. You can have both!
You would need to buy Windows XP and install it on your hard drive to replace Windows 7. However there are programs that can run a simulator of XP while running Windows 7.
Yes, but it is highly not recommended as if you are running XP your computer will not be powerful enough to run Windows Vista Home basic or ultimate if you do install you could end up doing serious damage to your computer and may struggle to downgrade back to XP as your computer probably won't be able to start up. Note: If you computer has a label on it "Windows Vista Compatiable" your computer is likely still not to be powerful enough. You should run Windows Vista Upgrade Advisor from www.microsoft.com to find out whether you computer is powerful enough.
A computer is a device, and Windows Explorer is an application running on that device.
To function as a server a computer must be running as a WINDOWS based server i.e windows 2000, windows NT, windows 2k3, windows 2k8 editions of server installed on computer the server could be Linux based as well.
Windows is the operating system on a Microsoft computer or an Apple computer running windows drivers. Without windows your computer would not work.
You can't get a virus on a MacBook Pro running Mac OS X whereas it is easy to get a virus on a computer running the Windows operating system.
You should buy an upgrade version of Windows Vista however your computer if running XP is likely not to be powerful enough to run windows vista. You should run Microsoft Windows Vista Upgrade Advisor before upgrading as this will show you any problems your computer may have running Vista.
You can find information on how to reboot a computer that is running the Windows 8 OS online at the official Windows Microsoft website. You can also read the manual that came with the Windows 8 OS disc.
You can purchase a desktop computer running the Windows Vista from your local computing store. Failing that you can try online sites such as Amazon or eBay.
The IBM PC already existed, running MSDOS, before Windows was added on.
limited availability of various applications and software.Many programs are written for Windows. You can't run Windows programs on a Mac unless you downgrade your Mac by installing the Windows operating system on your Mac then you can run software for either system. One of the disadvantages of running Windows on a Mac is that you are liable to be affected by the plethora of viruses and malware that exploits the shortcomings of the Windows system.
its pretty obvious
Seems like a trojan virus
No, a PC refers to a personal computer usually running Microsoft Windows OS. A Mac is an Apple computer running Apple software.
A computer error is a problem your computer experience is running files and processing information. Errors are commonly caused by corrupted files in the computer registry. Running a registry cleaner for Windows registry repair will help prevent errors and keep your computer running fast.
Macs can export video in a variety of formats. If a computer running Windows can import and use the video it will be compatible. Sticking with a standard MP4 (H.264) format should ensure compatibility between the two.
You will need to be a lot more specific about what problems you are having with your computer. Thousands of things can go wrong on a computer, especially one running Windows ME (which is notoriously buggy).
Bitcomet is software that requires a computer running the Windows operating system. An iPod is neither a computer nor does it run the Windows operating system.
Possibly, but not usually. Windows XP was distributed for far longer than Windows 98, and a lot of hardware that is compatible with Windows XP isn't compatible with Windows 98. The newer the computer, the less likely it will work with Windows 98.