Microsoft Windows XP Pro

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About Microsoft Windows XP Pro

Even after the release of Windows Vista, Windows XP has remained a very popular operating system in IT shops that run Windows-based desktop machines. In this section, learn how you can keep your XP networks up to date with the latest patches and security fixes and how to optimize the performance of computers running the OS. Also, learn how to manage Windows XP deployment and migration and troubleshoot problems.