What is the 1394 Connection in Windows XP?
The 1394 connection is a firewall connection in Windows. It shows whether a firewall connection is available also. It is usually faster than a USB port.
SSL connection does not work on Windows XP
What windows xp component can be used to share an internet connection with other computers on the LAN?
Windows XP uses Internet Connection Sharing (ICS) to share an Internet connection with other computers on the LAN, and unlike Windows 98 (which also used ICS) it includes a firewall.
Windows activation works exactly the same on a wireless connection as it does with an Ethernet cable.
what? there is no way to wire up a psp to a windows xp computer for internet! its called a wireless router!
What enables you to migrate files and settings from a Window XP system to a Window Vista system via a network connection?
Easy Transfer allows you to migrate files from Windows XP to Windows Vista via a network connection.
Windows XP and Windows 98 use to manage two or more networked computers that share a single Internet connection?
Internet Connection Sharing
What feature included in Windows 98 or Windows XP that allows more than one computer to share a connection to the Internet?
Hi, Windows Xp has ICS (Internet Connection Sharing) feature to share Internet. You need 2 lan card on ur system for using ICS.
Internet Connection Sharing, or ICS, is included with Windows 98 second edition, Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7, and Windows 8. This feature was implemented by Microsoft for sharing one internet connection on one computer with other computers on the same network.
A. not a dial-up connection B. not controlled by ICF
Which enables you to migrate files and settings from a Windows XP system to a Windows Vista system via a network connection?
1394 Connection is a firewire connection used to connect devices such as storage, pic, and video hardware. People get confused thinking that it is a device for connecting to a network or internet provider. Such is not the Case.
Network Level Authentication is used to authenticate Clients and servers to the network in Windows XP. It is also used to establish a remote desktop connection.
IEEE 1394 is a standard for a type of connection media. Typically known as Firewire.
Windows XP is a general name given to sevearl operating systems released by Microsft in the early 200's. These include: Windows XP Home, Windows XP Pro, WIndows XP Stater, Windows XP Media Edition, WIndows XP Tablet, Windows XP N, Windows XP K and Windows XP KN
If you've added a USB camera to windows xp it may add this connection or if you are using Netmeeting it uses this connection as well.
You have to use remote desktop connection and know either the computer ip address where to wnat to connect to or full name. Start->All Programs->Aceessories->Communication->Remote Desktop Connection. P.S. You connect only to Windows Xp Pro or server versions (Windows 2003...). Windows Xp Home cannot be a remote computer where to want to connect to.
Remote Desktop Connection
Windows XP Home Edition Windows XP Professional Windows XP Tablet PC Edition Windows XP Media Center Edition Windows XP 64-bit Edition
if your have windows 7, you have windows 7. if you have windows xp, you have windows xp. that's the difference.
Windows XP available in three versions. 1) Windows XP Starter Version. 2) Windows XP SP2 3)Windows XP SP3
The different versions of Windows XP are: (1) Windows XP Professional (2) Windows XP Home Edition (3) Windows XP Media Center Edition (4) Windows XP Tablet PC Edition (5) Windows XP Professional x64 Edition (fka Windows XP 64-bit Edition)
Minimum: 500 mhz processor, 96mb ram, 16mb video card, Windows 2000/XP, Mouse, Keyboard, Internet Connection Recommended: 800 mhz processor, 128mb ram, 32mb+ video card, Windows 2000/XP, Mouse, Keyboard, Internet Connection
What feature included with windows 98 or windows xp allows more than one computer to share a connection to the internet?
ICS, Internet Connection Sharing allows more than one computer to share the same internet connection. You need two NIC's for each computer that will be sharing the connection though.
To upgrade from Windows 98 to Windows XP, you need a computer that meets the system requirements for Windows XP and a retail or upgrade CD of Windows XP.
No, but you can get Windows Live Mail for Windows XP in Windows Live Essentials for XP.
You need a windows XP operating system CD to install Windows XP on your computer.
Windows xp is an operating system and Office xp is an accersorie that could run in Windows xp
Minimum: 500 mhz processor, 96mb ram, 16mb video card, Windows 2000/XP, Mouse, Keyboard, Internet Connection Recommended: 800 mhz processor, 128mb ram, 32mb+ video card, Windows 2000/XP, Mouse, Keyboard, Internet Connection (taken from the website) == ==
The Qt widget toolkit is not installed by default in Windows XP. Windows applications can use the Qt toolkit in Windows XP, and the QT SDK is available for Windows XP.
By installing Windows XP, with the Windows XP CD that is in case, when you bought it.
Purchase Windows XP
Windows XP was released by Microsoft in August 2001. There are two versions of Windows XP. One is Windows XP Home and the other is Windows XP Professional. There have been four versions of XP that have been released. Mainstream support for Windows XP stopped on April 14, 2009.
You Can use Windows media centre product key for windows xp pro as windows xp media centre is basicaly windows xp pro No, only xp pro product keys can be used for xp pro computers
Of course. It wouldn't be a "Windows XP game" otherwise.
Windows XP does not have a "Premium" version.
Windows XP is a computer operating system that was launched/released in August 2001 by the Microsoft Corporation. It was designed for personal computers, including home and business desktops, laptops, and media centers. There are many sub-versions of Windows XP such as: Windows XP Home Edition Windows XP Professional Windows XP Embedded ...etc. Windows XP Flag contains four colours, all explaining the important features of Windows XP. Blue : Networking Green : Internet Red : Security… Read More
The IEEE 1394 Standard AKA Firewire connectors and sockets look like thishttp://www.soe.purdue.edu/edit/connectors/firewire_card_connectors.JPG
Windows Me is older than Windows XP. Windows Me was launched on September 14, 2000 while Windows XP was released on October 25, 2001.
You can not simply remove the Professional option from XP and revert back to Home. To take a machine from Windows XP Professional to Windows XP Home you would first need to wipe the machine (format the hard drive), then reinstall the Windows XP Home operating system. It makes little sense to do so, however, because Windows XP Professional is a hardier operating system and can perform better network tasks than Windows XP Home. Windows… Read More
There is no "Windows XP Ultimate."
Yes,you can run Windows Live Messenger for Windows XP on Windows 7. And all of the other Windows Live Essentials for Windows XP work on Windows 7 without any problems. So you can install and run all of the Windows Live Essentials for Windows XP on Windows 7 and Windows Vista. You can get Windows Live Essentials for Windows XP from the Microsoft website.
yes, from windows XP to windows 7, but only windows!
No, because Windows ME came before Windows XP
If you are trying to put Windows XP on a Macbook, it won't work.
Windows XP was released in 2001. Windows XP Media Center Edition was released in 2003.
No. The product keys for Windows XP Professional and Windows XP Home are totally different, and not interchangeable.
Windows XP Pro is for business and home users. Windows XP home edition is for home users.
Right-click a network connection icon in the Network Connections folder and click Repair Link.
By purchasing genuine windows xp.
Start with windows 2000 then windows xp.