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This information is valid for all versions of XP x86 (32-bit) running Service Pack 3. XP Pro x64 (64-bit) Service information and Configurations are also online.

Before adjusting your service settings, ensure that you or your system has already installed all updates by “checking now” for any available updates via Windows Update.

I cannot possibly test all configurations extensively (meaning, each persons specific computer needs), but what I can offer is what “works for me” and the obstacles I have came across so you do not have to discover them on your own. If information on this page needs a revision or expanded, please feel free to comment below.

Notes for a Happier Computer and User

  • Do not use “msconfig” to disable services, type “services.msc” in the Run box instead! (Why)
  • Before disabling any service, check out the service information about each by selecting the service name links provided.
  • If you do not wish to select/change each service by hand, I offer up Service Registry files to adjust them with only a few clicks. Currently, “Default” and “Safe” are available.
  • Service settings are global, meaning changes apply to all users.
  • All of these services are “Standard” with Windows XP after the installation of Service Pack 3. If you discover something other than these listed here running, another program installed them or they were installed with optional updates via Windows Update. Examples of this include .NET services and WMP services. View a listing of the more common ones.
  • Still unsure Put your setting to “Manual” or the listing under “Safe.” Manual allows Windows XP to start the service when it needs to (or when ever it feels like it), but not at boot up. Depending on your configuration, not all services will start when required while in “Manual” mode. If you find you need a service, place it in Automatic.
  • After adjusting your service settings, reboot your computer.
  • If you do not have some of these services listed, do not panic! If your computer manufacture “pre-installed” your XP, they choose not to have certain services installed for you. This is, in most cases, a fact with OEM versions of Windows XP Home.
  • Before posting your question in the comments below, see if your question has been addressed in the FAQ!
  • Disabling all of the “unneeded services” reduces the footprint of the OS by up to 70%, depending on system.

Table Header Information

  • The columns are sortable. Select the column header to sort by that field.
  • Display Name ~ How it displays in the Services Control Panel.
  • Service Name ~ What name is used in the registry.
  • DEFAULT ~ What Bill G. thinks should be running on Windows XP.
  • “SAFE” Configuration ~ This is the configuration that 95% of the people will be able to use with little or no side effects. It will also minimize the amount of “errors” that is reported in the Event Viewer. This does not guarantee it will work for you, but if adjusting your services scares you, this configuration would be a good starting point.
  • Tweaked Configuration ~ This is the power user setup. This setup is a system that connects through a network (such as a gateway / router) to the internet, provides file and print sharing resources and gaming enjoyment. Some things may not function with this setup. No passwords save. Its use is not for a computer with analog modems or some direct DSL/cable connections. Try the “Safe” Configuration first.
  • Bare-bones Configuration ~ This is the super geek setup. This setup is a system that connects through a network (such as a gateway / router) to the internet with a static IP address. This system does not provide file and print sharing resources, nor have the ability to print. Its use is not for a computer with analog modems or many direct DSL/cable connections. You can use this configuration for extreme tweaking and testing purposes. Many things may not function with this setup. No passwords save. The Event Log will display “errors” of not being able to start certain services. Built in Windows CDR-RW functions may no longer work. Please do not ask, “How do I fix” questions while using this configuration. The answer will be “Use SAFE.” This information’s intention is for my reference only.

Configuration Information

  • Automatic ~ With a service in this state, it will start at boot time. Some services, when no longer required, will also automatically stop when not needed. However, this is very rare. If you find you do not need a service, place it into Manual or Disabled.
  • Manual ~ Manual mode allows Windows to start a service when needed. However, very few services will start up when required in Manual mode. If you find you need a service, place it into Automatic.
  • Disabled ~ This setting will stop a service from starting, even if needed. Errors in the Event Viewer will show up complaining of that fact. Some services, while Disabled, will constantly complain. However, this situation is taken care of if placed in Manual. The service descriptions identifies those that should be in Manual vice Disabled.
  • “Started” ~ A service that either set to Manual or Automatic that is running by default at or shortly after boot time.
  • “Not Started” ~ A service set into Automatic that is not running by default at or shortly after boot time.

Service Dependency Abbreviation Information

  • H ~ Windows XP Home
  • M ~ Windows XP Media Center Edition 2005
  • P ~ Windows XP Pro
  • T ~ Windows XP Tablet PC Edition 2005

An * (asterisk) indicates changes from the default.

Two ** (asterisks) indicates changes from Service Pack 2 to Service Pack 3.

Display
Name
Service Name
(Registry)
DEFAULT HomeDEFAULT MCE 2005DEFAULT ProDEFAULT Tablet PC Edition 2005"SAFE"TweakedBare-bones
AlerterAlerterDisabledDisabledDisabledDisabledDisabledDisabledDisabled
Application Layer Gateway ServiceALGManual (Started)Manual (Started)Manual (Started)Manual (Started)ManualManualDisabled *
Application ManagementAppMgmtManualManualManualManualManualManualDisabled *
Automatic UpdateswuauservAutomatic (Started)Automatic (Started)Automatic (Started)Automatic (Started)AutomaticAutomaticDisabled *
Background Intelligent Transfer ServiceBITSManualManualManualManualManualManualDisabled *
ClipBookClipSrvDisabledDisabledDisabledDisabledDisabledDisabledDisabled
COM Event SystemEventSystemManual (Started)Manual (Started)Manual (Started)Manual (Started)ManualManualDisabled *
COM System ApplicationCOMSysAppManualManualManualManualManualManualDisabled *
Computer BrowserBrowserAutomatic (Not Started)Automatic (Not Started)Automatic (Not Started)Automatic (Not Started)AutomaticAutomaticDisabled *
Cryptographic ServicesCryptSvcAutomatic (Started)Automatic (Started)Automatic (Started)Automatic (Started)AutomaticAutomaticDisabled *
DCOM Server Process LauncherDcomLaunchAutomatic (Started)Automatic (Started)Automatic (Started)Automatic (Started)AutomaticAutomaticAutomatic
DHCP ClientDhcpAutomatic (Started)Automatic (Started)Automatic (Started)Automatic (Started)AutomaticAutomaticDisabled *
Distributed Link Tracking ClientTrkWksAutomatic (Started)Automatic (Started)Automatic (Started)Automatic (Started)Manual *Manual *Disabled *
Distributed Transaction CoordinatorMSDTCManualManualManualManualManualManualDisabled *
DNS ClientDnscacheAutomatic (Started)Automatic (Started)Automatic (Started)Automatic (Started)AutomaticAutomaticDisabled *
Error Reporting ServiceERSvcAutomatic (Started)Automatic (Started)Automatic (Started)Automatic (Started)Disabled *Disabled *Disabled *
Event LogEventlogAutomatic (Started)Automatic (Started)Automatic (Started)Automatic (Started)AutomaticAutomaticAutomatic
Extensible Authentication Protocol Service **EapHostManualManualManualManualManualDisabled *Disabled *
Fast User Switching CompatibilityFastUserSwitchingCompatibilityManual (Started)Manual (Started)Manual (Started)Manual (Started)ManualDisabled *Disabled *
FaxFaxNot InstalledNot InstalledNot InstalledNot InstalledNot InstalledNot InstalledNot Installed
FTP PublishingMSFtpsvcNot AvailableNot InstalledNot InstalledNot InstalledNot InstalledNot InstalledNot Installed
Health Key and Certificate Management Service **hkmsvcManualManualManualManualManualDisabled *Disabled *
Help and SupporthelpsvcAutomatic (Started)Automatic (Started)Automatic (Started)Automatic (Started)Manual *Disabled *Disabled *
HTTP SSLHTTPFilterManual (Started)Manual (Started)ManualManual (Started)ManualDisabled *Disabled *
Human Interface Device AccessHidServDisabledDisabledDisabledDisabledDisabledDisabledDisabled
IIS AdminIISADMINNot AvailableNot InstalledNot InstalledNot InstalledNot InstalledNot InstalledNot Installed
IMAPI CD-Burning COM ServiceImapiServiceManualManualManualManualManualManualDisabled *
Indexing ServicecisvcAutomatic (Started)Automatic (Started)Automatic (Started)Automatic (Started)Disabled *Disabled *Disabled *
IPSEC ServicesPolicyAgentAutomatic (Started)Automatic (Started)Automatic (Started)Automatic (Started)AutomaticDisabled *Disabled *
IPv6 Helper Service6to4Not InstalledNot InstalledNot InstalledNot InstalledNot InstalledNot InstalledNot Installed
Logical Disk ManagerdmserverManualAutomatic (Started)Automatic (Started)Automatic (Started)Manual *Manual *Disabled *
Logical Disk Manager Administrative ServicedmadminManualManualManualManualManualManualDisabled *
Media Center Receiver ServiceehRecvrNot AvailableAutomatic (Started)Not AvailableNot AvailableAutomaticDisabled *Disabled *
Media Center Scheduler ServiceehSchedNot AvailableAutomatic (Started)Not AvailableNot AvailableAutomaticDisabled *Disabled *
Message QueuingMSMQNot AvailableNot InstalledNot InstalledNot InstalledNot InstalledNot InstalledNot Installed
Message Queuing TriggersMSMQTriggersNot AvailableNot InstalledNot InstalledNot InstalledNot InstalledNot InstalledNot Installed
MessengerMessengerDisabledDisabledDisabledDisabledDisabledDisabledDisabled
MHNMHNNot AvailableManualNot AvailableNot AvailableManualDisabled *Disabled *
MS Software Shadow Copy ProviderSwPrvManualManualManualManualManualDisabled *Disabled *
Net LogonNetlogonManualManualManualManualDisabled *Disabled *Disabled *
NetMeeting Remote Desktop SharingmnmsrvcManualManualManualManualDisabled *Disabled *Disabled *
Network Access Protection Agent **napagentManualManualManualManualManualManualManual
Network ConnectionsNetmanManual (Started)ManualManualManualManualManualManual
Network DDENetDDEDisabledDisabledDisabledDisabledDisabledDisabledDisabled
Network DDE DSDMNetDDEdsdmDisabledDisabledDisabledDisabledDisabledDisabledDisabled
Network Location Awareness (NLA)NlaManual (Started)Manual (Started)Manual (Started)Manual (Started)ManualManualDisabled *
Network Provisioning ServicexmlprovManualManualManualManualDisabled *Disabled *Disabled *
NT LM Security Support ProviderNtLmSspManualManualManualManualManualManualDisabled *
Peer Name Resolution ProtocolPNRPSvcNot InstalledNot InstalledNot InstalledNot InstalledNot InstalledNot InstalledNot Installed
Peer Networkingp2psvcNot InstalledNot InstalledNot InstalledNot InstalledNot InstalledNot InstalledNot Installed
Peer Networking Group Authenticationp2pgasvcNot InstalledNot InstalledNot InstalledNot InstalledNot InstalledNot InstalledNot Installed
Peer Networking Identity Managerp2pimsvcNot InstalledNot InstalledNot InstalledNot InstalledNot InstalledNot InstalledNot Installed
Performance Logs and AlertsSysmonLogManualManualManualManualManualDisabled *Disabled *
Plug and PlayPlugPlayAutomatic (Started)Automatic (Started)Automatic (Started)Automatic (Started)AutomaticAutomaticAutomatic
Portable Media Serial Number ServiceWmdmPmSNManualManualManualManualDisabled *Disabled *Disabled *
Print SpoolerSpoolerAutomatic (Started)Automatic (Started)Automatic (Started)Automatic (Started)AutomaticAutomaticDisabled *
Protected StorageProtectedStorageAutomatic (Started)Automatic (Started)Automatic (Started)Automatic (Started)AutomaticDisabled *Disabled *
QoS RSVPRSVPManualManualManualManualDisabled *Disabled *Disabled *
Remote Access Auto Connection ManagerRasAutoManualManualManualManualManualDisabled *Disabled *
Remote Access Connection ManagerRasManManualManualManualManualManualDisabled *Disabled *
Remote Desktop Help Session ManagerRDSessMgrManualManualManualManualDisabled *Disabled *Disabled *
Remote Procedure Call (RPC)RpcSsAutomatic (Started)Automatic (Started)Automatic (Started)Automatic (Started)AutomaticAutomaticAutomatic
Remote Procedure Call (RPC) LocatorRpcLocatorManualManualManualManualManualManualDisabled *
Remote RegistryRemoteRegistryNot AvailableAutomatic (Started)Automatic (Started)Automatic (Started)Disabled *Disabled *Disabled *
Removable StorageNtmsSvcManualManualManualManualManualDisabled *Disabled *
RIP ListenerIpripNot InstalledNot InstalledNot InstalledNot InstalledNot InstalledNot InstalledNot Installed
Routing and Remote AccessRemoteAccessDisabledDisabledDisabledDisabledDisabledDisabledDisabled
Secondary LogonseclogonAutomatic (Started)Automatic (Started)Automatic (Started)Automatic (Started)Disabled *Disabled *Disabled *
Security Accounts ManagerSamSsAutomatic (Started)Automatic (Started)Automatic (Started)Automatic (Started)AutomaticAutomaticAutomatic
Security CenterwscsvcAutomatic (Started)Automatic (Started)Automatic (Started)Automatic (Started)AutomaticDisabled *Disabled *
ServerlanmanserverAutomatic (Started)Automatic (Started)Automatic (Started)Automatic (Started)AutomaticAutomaticDisabled *
Shell Hardware DetectionShellHWDetectionAutomatic (Started)Automatic (Started)Automatic (Started)Automatic (Started)AutomaticAutomaticDisabled *
Simple Mail Transport Protocol (SMTP)SMTPSVCNot AvailableNot InstalledNot InstalledNot InstalledNot InstalledNot InstalledNot Installed
Simple TCP/IP ServicesSimpTcpNot InstalledNot InstalledNot InstalledNot InstalledNot InstalledNot InstalledNot Installed
Smart CardSCardSvrManualManualManualManualDisabled *Disabled *Disabled *
SNMP ServiceSNMPNot InstalledNot InstalledNot InstalledNot InstalledNot InstalledNot InstalledNot Installed
SNMP Trap ServiceSNMPTRAPNot InstalledNot InstalledNot InstalledNot InstalledNot InstalledNot InstalledNot Installed
SSDP Discovery ServiceSSDPSRVManual (Started)Manual (Started)Manual (Started)Manual (Started)ManualDisabled *Disabled *
System Event NotificationSENSAutomatic (Started)Automatic (Started)Automatic (Started)Automatic (Started)AutomaticDisabled *Disabled *
System Restore ServicesrserviceAutomatic (Started)Automatic (Started)Automatic (Started)Automatic (Started)AutomaticDisabled *Disabled *
Task SchedulerScheduleAutomatic (Started)Automatic (Started)Automatic (Started)Automatic (Started)AutomaticAutomaticDisabled *
TCP/IP NetBIOS Helper ServiceLmHostsAutomatic (Started)Automatic (Started)Automatic (Started)Automatic (Started)Disabled *Disabled *Disabled *
TCP/IP Printer ServerLPDSVCNot InstalledNot InstalledNot InstalledNot InstalledNot InstalledNot InstalledNot Installed
TelephonyTapiSrvManualManualManualManualManualManualDisabled *
TelnetTlntSvrNot AvailableDisabledManualDisabledDisabled *Disabled *Disabled *
Terminal ServicesTermServiceManual (Started)Manual (Started)Manual (Started)Manual (Started)ManualDisabled *Disabled *
ThemesThemesAutomatic (Started)Automatic (Started)Automatic (Started)Automatic (Started)AutomaticDisabled *Disabled *
Uninterruptible Power SupplyUPSManualManualManualManualDisabled *Disabled *Disabled *
Universal Plug and Play Device HostupnphostManualManualManualManualManualDisabled *Disabled *
Volume Shadow CopyVSSManualManualManualManualManualDisabled *Disabled *
WebClientWebClientAutomatic (Started)Automatic (Started)Automatic (Started)Automatic (Started)Disabled *Disabled *Disabled *
Windows AudioAudioSrvAutomatic (Started)Automatic (Started)Automatic (Started)Automatic (Started)AutomaticAutomaticAutomatic
Windows Firewall / Internet Connection SharingSharedAccessAutomatic (Started)Automatic (Started)Automatic (Started)Automatic (Started)AutomaticAutomaticDisabled *
Windows Image Acquisition (WIA)stisvcManualManualManualManualManualDisabled *Disabled *
Windows InstallerMSIServerManualManualManualManualManualManualManual
Windows Management InstrumentationwinmgmtAutomatic (Started)Automatic (Started)Automatic (Started)Automatic (Started)AutomaticAutomaticAutomatic
Windows Management Instrumentation Driver ExtensionWmiNot AvailableManualManualManualManualManualDisabled *
Windows TimeW32TimeAutomatic (Started)Automatic (Started)Automatic (Started)Automatic (Started)Disabled *Disabled *Disabled *
Wired AutoConfig **Dot3svcManualManualManualManualManualDisabled *Disabled *
Wireless Zero ConfigurationWZCSVCAutomatic (Started)Automatic (Started)Automatic (Started)Automatic (Started)AutomaticDisabled *Disabled *
WMI Performance AdapterWmiApSrvManualManualManualManualDisabled *Disabled *Disabled *
WorkstationlanmanworkstationAutomatic (Started)Automatic (Started)Automatic (Started)Automatic (Started)AutomaticAutomaticAutomatic
World Wide Web Publishingw3svcNot AvailableNot InstalledNot InstalledNot InstalledNot InstalledNot InstalledNot Installed

An * (asterisk) indicates changes from the default.

Two ** (asterisks) indicates changes from Service Pack 2 to Service Pack 3 kaspersky internet security 2013 patch

Microsoft Windows XP Professional SP2C 32-bit for System .

 

  • Do not use “msconfig” to disable services, type “services.msc” in the Run box instead! (Why)
  • Before disabling any service, check out the service information about each by selecting the service name links provided.
  • Service settings are global, meaning changes apply to all users.
  • All of these services are “Standard” with Windows XP after the installation of Service Pack 1a. If you discover something other than these listed here running, another program installed them. View a listing of the more common ones.
  • Still unsure Put your setting to “Manual” or the listing under “Safe.” Manual allows Windows XP to start the service when it needs to (or when ever it feels like it), but not at boot up. Depending on your configuration, not all services will start when required while in “Manual” mode. If you find you need a service, place it in Automatic.
  • After adjusting your service settings, reboot your computer.
  • If you do not have some of these services listed, do not panic! If your computer manufacture “pre-installed” your XP, they choose not to have certain services installed for you. This is, in most cases, a fact with OEM versions of Windows XP Home.
  • Before E-Mailing me, see if your question has been addressed in the FAQ!
  • Disabling all of the “unneeded services” reduces the footprint of the OS by up to 70%, depending on system.
  • The columns are sortable. Select the column header to sort by that field.
  • Display Name ~ How it displays in the Services Control Panel.
  • Process Name ~ Name of the Process running in the background (displays in Task Manager by hitting Ctrl Alt Del).
  • DEFAULT Home ~ What Bill G. thinks should be running on Windows XP Home.
  • DEFAULT Pro ~ What Bill G. thinks should be running on Windows XP Professional.
  • “SAFE” Configuration ~ This is the configuration that 95% of the people will be able to use with little or no side effects. It will also minimize the amount of “errors” that is reported in the Event Viewer. This does not guarantee it will work for you, but if adjusting your services scares you, this configuration would be a good starting point.
  • Power User Configuration ~ This is the power user setup. A great way to test this setup is here. This setup is a system that connects through a network (such as a gateway / router) to the internet, provides file and print sharing resources and gaming enjoyment. Some things may not function with this setup. No passwords save. Its use is not for a computer with analog modems or some direct DSL/cable connections. Try the “Safe” Configuration first.
  • Bare-bones Configuration ~ This is the super geek setup. A great way to test this setup is here. This setup is a system that connects through a network (such as a gateway / router) to the internet with a static IP address. This system does not provide file and print sharing resources, nor have the ability to print. Its use is not for a computer with analog modems or many direct DSL/cable connections. You can use this configuration for extreme tweaking and testing purposes. Many things may not function with this setup. No passwords save. The Event Log will display “errors” of not being able to start certain services. Built in Windows CDR-RW functions may no longer work. Please do not ask, “How do I fix” questions while using this configuration. The answer will be “Use SAFE.” This information’s intention is for reference only.
  • Automatic ~ With a service in this state, it will start at boot time. Some services, when no longer required, will also automatically stop when not needed. However, this is very rare. If you find you do not need a service, place it into Manual or Disabled.
  • Manual ~ Manual mode allows Windows to start a service when needed. However, very few services will start up when required in Manual mode. If you find you need a service, place it into Automatic.
  • Disabled ~ This setting will stop a service from starting, even if needed. Errors in the Event Viewer will show up complaining of that fact. Some services, while Disabled, will constantly complain. However, this situation is taken care of if placed in Manual. The service descriptions identifies those that should be in Manual vice Disabled VkBot

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Although Microsoft is delaying the distribution of Windows XP SP3 RTW (Release to Web) on Windows Update and Microsoft Download Center (but the standalone update packages are downloadable from Microsoft server), it has released the full installation CD ISO images for Windows XP with Service Pack 3 on MSDN and TechNet subscription site. The Windows XP with Service Pack 3 ISO image is bootable CD to install Windows XP which already slipstream or integrate with the latest SP3, eliminating the need for users to separately download and install the service pack again, and most importanly, chance of encountering problems and errors during SP3 upgrade.

There are many versions for Windows XP with Service Pack 3 CD ISO images been published on MSDN/TechNet. Both retail and volume licensing (VL – works only with a volume licensing product key) versions are available on both Windows XP Home edition and Windows XP Professional edition. There are also other editions such as N, KN and K editions available for free download by MSDN or TechNet subscribers.

Here’s a sampling list of available Windows XP with SP3 ISO images filename and characteristics. All versions if 32-bit (x86) as SP3 is not released for 64-bit Windows XP. As always, the images have leaked to Internet, and users can download the unmodified and untouched MSDN/TechNet version of the XP SP3 integrated installation CD .

Windows XP Professional with SP3 Retail EnglishFilename: en_windows_xp_professional_with_service_pack_3_x86_cd_x14-80428.isoSize: 589.14 MBSHA1: 1c735b38931bf57fb14ebd9a9ba253ceb443d459

ISO/CRC: FFFFFFFF

Download link for English slipstreamed Windows XP with SP3, which is confirmed to has same hash value code with previoulsy leaked version.

Windows XP Professional with SP3 VL EnglishFilename: en_windows_xp_professional_with_service_pack_3_x86_cd_vl_x14-73974.isoSize: 589.14 MBSHA1:66ac289ae27724c5ae17139227cbe78c01eefe40

ISO/CRC:FFFFFFFF

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ISO/CRC:FFFFFFFF

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ISO/CRC:FFFFFFFF

Windows XP Professional with SP3 VL FrenchFilename: fr_windows_xp_professional_with_service_pack_3_x86_cd_vl_x14-73982.isoSize: 592.14 MBSHA1:187fa9ee4e682fce20be6bc5bc092efcb6aafd11

ISO/CRC:FFFFFFFF

Windows XP Professional with SP3 VL SpanishFilename: es_windows_xp_professional_with_service_pack_3_x86_cd_vl_x14-74009.isoSize: 590.51 MBSHA1:a47603256d7645a2f2788466153ffcd058f77c56

ISO/CRC:FFFFFFFF

Windows XP Professional with SP3 VL Portuguese (Brazil)Filename: pt-br_windows_xp_professional_with_service_pack_3_x86_cd_vl_x14-74137.isoSize: 587.23 MBSHA1:015f13f28655957c93fe20d287ea62a50be64a95

ISO/CRC:FFFFFFFF

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ISO/CRC:FFFFFFFF

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Microsoft Windows XP was an extremely successful version of Windows. The Windows XP operating system, with its greatly improved interface and capabilities, helped fuel phenomenal growth in the PC industry during the early 2000's.

Windows XP was released to manufacturing on August 24, 2001, and to the public on October 25, 2001.

Windows XP is preceded by both Windows 2000 and Windows Me. Windows XP was succeeded by Windows Vista.

The most recent version of Windows is Windows 10 which was released on July 29, 2015.

April 8, 2014 was the last day Microsoft issued security and non-security updates to Windows XP. With the operating system no longer being supported, Microsoft suggests that users upgrade to the newest version of Windows.

Six major editions of Windows XP exist but only the first two below were ever made widely available for sale directly to the consumer:

  • Windows XP Professional
  • Windows XP Home
  • Windows XP Media Center Edition (MCE)
  • Windows XP Tablet PC Edition
  • Windows XP Starter Edition
  • Windows XP Home Edition ULCPC

Windows XP is no longer produced and sold by Microsoft but you can occasionally find old copies on Amazon.com or eBay.

Windows XP Starter Edition is a lower cost, and somewhat feature-limited, version of Windows XP designed for sale in developing markets. Windows XP Home Edition ULCPC (Ultra Low Cost Personal Computer) is a rebranded Windows XP Home Edition designed for small, lower-spec computers like netbooks and is only available for preinstallation by hardware makers.

In 2004 and 2005, as a result of investigations into market abuses, Microsoft was separately ordered by the EU and the Korean Fair Trade Commission to make available editions of Windows XP in those areas that did not include certain bundled features like Windows Media Player and Windows Messenger. In the EU, this resulted in Windows XP Edition N. In South Korea, this resulted in both Windows XP K and Windows XP KN.

Several additional editions of Windows XP exist that are designed for installation on embedded devices, like ATMs, POS terminals, video game systems, and more. One of the more popular editions is Windows XP Embedded, often referred to as Windows XPe.

Windows XP Professional is the only consumer version of Windows XP available in a 64-bit version and is often referred to as Windows XP Professional x64 Edition. All other versions of Windows XP are available in 32-bit format only. There is a second 64-bit version of Windows XP called Windows XP 64-Bit Edition that's designed for use on Intel's Itanium processors only.

Windows XP requires the following hardware, at a minimum:

While the above hardware will get Windows running, Microsoft actually recommends a 300 MHz or greater CPU, as well as 128 MB of RAM or more, for the best experience in Windows XP. Windows XP Professional x64 Edition requires a 64-bit processor and at least 256 MB of RAM.

Windows XP Starter is limited to 512 MB of RAM. All other 32-bit versions of Windows XP are limited to 4 GB of RAM. 64-bit versions of Windows are limited to 128 GB.

The physical processor limit is 2 for Windows XP Professional and 1 for Windows XP Home. The logical processor limit is 32 for 32-bit versions of Windows XP and 64 for 64-bit versions.

The most recent service pack for Windows XP is Service Pack 3 (SP3) which was released on May 6, 2008.

The latest service pack for the 64-bit version of Windows XP Professional is Service Pack 2 (SP2). Windows XP SP2 was released on August 25, 2004 and Windows XP SP1 was released on September 9, 2002 Dynamic Photo HDR Serial

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How is this possible How does it work Some background information:

Windows Vista introduced a brand new and extensible imaging framework called Windows Imaging Component (WIC), enabling far better imaging support at the operating system level than what was available during the Windows XP era. The new operating system came with built-in support for most standard image formats including JPEG, BMP, PNG, GIF, TIFF and HD Photo in both Windows Explorer and in the newly introduced Windows Photo Gallery, a built-in application replacing the venerable Windows XP Picture and Fax Viewer (together with the outdated Microsoft RAW Image Thumbnailer and Viewer add-in) with a much improved, modern and slick photo organizer.

Windows Imaging Component made it possible for 3rd parties to add first-class support for additional image formats to the operating system through plugin components known as "codecs", providing thumbnail views in Explorer, as well as previews and slideshows in Windows Photo Gallery, Windows Photo Viewer and, on Window 7, also within Windows Media Center 7 and Media Player 12, as well as integration with the built-in desktop search engine.

WIC-compliant codecs also enable a number of applications to directly open new file formats, such as for example Microsoft ICE, Sony Creative Software's Vegas Professional or The Panorama Factory, just to name a few. We at FastPictureViewer even created an optional (and experimental) Photoshop Import Plug-in which let older versions of Photoshop (CS, CS2, CS3...) import newer raw files through our codecs (currently with some restrictions), provided that the plug-in is installed as well.

The FastPictureViewer Codec Pack provides what Microsoft calls "platform support" for many additional image formats, beyond what's supported by the Windows Operating System out-of-the-box, including most popular "camera raw" image formats, covering the latest digital cameras on the market. The FastPictureViewer Codec Pack effectively turns Windows 7 and Windows Vista's Explorers into raw image viewers. The Codec Pack also works on Windows XP SP3 with some limitations: thumbnail views are enabled in Windows XP Explorer but separate applications, such as our own FastPictureViewer Professional or Microsoft's Window Live Photo Gallery, are required to open files for previewing and full-size viewing on Windows XP.

On Windows 7 and Windows Vista, the FastPictureViewer Codec Pack goes far beyond providing simple thumbnail functionality by enabling large size viewing in Windows Photo Viewer, Photo Gallery and Windows Media Center 7 and Media Player 12, as well as providing metadata integration with Windows Search (so you can find your images instantly from any Explorer search box!). The FastPictureViewer Codec Pack also enable automatic rotation of JPEG images in the aforementioned applications.

The FastPictureViewer Codec Pack contains 28 different image decoders, or "codecs", at last count, each in 32-bit and 64-bit flavor, supporting 48 image file extensions such as PSD, DNG, CR2, NEF, PEF, RAF, ORF, SR2, SRW and more, including specialists image formats such as OpenEXR, Radiance HDR, TGA, PNM, DDS and JPEG2000. For example our CR2 codec and NEF codec supports the latest top cameras from Canon and Nikon, respectively, and ships as part our codec pack in both 32-bit and 64-bit form, enabling the broadest compatibility with both the latest cameras and the latest operating system editions. Some of our codecs also take advantage of the latest processor technology, providing previously unheard of raw previewing speed, rivaling (and sometimes exceeding) the usually fast display speed experienced when using the standard JPEG format.

Windows Vista and Windows 7 users also get automatic rotation of JPEG images, provided that orientation data was written in the images by the camera. Images containing the EXIF orientation data will be presented in the correct orientation automatically in Windows Explorer. This feature works with thumbnails and previews in Explorer and for large-size viewing in Photo Viewer, Photo Gallery, the Slideshow sidebar gadget and in Windows Media Center 7. Photographers shooting in portrait orientation will instantly appreciate this feature!

Digital cameras owners venturing into "raw shooting" to get the most of their equipment will find the FastPictureViewer Codec Pack a must have essential tool, as it makes raw file handling in Windows Explorer as simple and easy as it is with the JPEG format: quick identification of images straight in Windows Explorer (and standard "Open File" dialogs in most Windows applications), as well as instant search and previews means faster workflow, and since time is money this product fully pays for itself within minutes of use!

In addition to Windows Explorer, a growing number of codec-enabled applications such as our own FastPictureViewer Professional image viewer, Windows Live Photo Gallery from Microsoft, Vegas Professional from Sony Creative Software, among others, "automagically" gain the ability to open new image formats once our decoders are installed. See our FAQ to learn how the FastPictureViewer Codec Pack complements our own FastPictureViewer Professional standalone photographer-oriented image viewer.

When possible, the full metadata is exposed by the codecs so Windows Search can pick up and index your files, gathering information about date taken, camera model, tags etc, enabling Windows' built-in search to locate your pictures from metadata!

Once the FastPictureViewer Codec Pack is installed on your computer, do not miss the Advanced tips for searching in Windows.

We are a Microsoft Registered Partner, and Microsoft refers their customers to this page directly from their own website as we are listed as one of the approved suppliers of Windows-compatible image codecs in the Microsoft Pro Photo Resources section of the microsoft.com website, alongside camera manufacturer like Canon, Nikon, Olympus, Panasonic, Pentax and Sony (our product goes beyond what camera manufacturer offers in terms of image formats support, 64-bit platform and operating systems compatibility, and speed).

Microsoft Research also lists the FastPictureViewer Codec Pack on the WIC Codecs for Microsoft Research Image Composite Editor (ICE) page, where they describe our product as "much faster at decoding CR2 raw images" in their experience.

The FastPictureViewer Codec Pack is listed as Compatible with Windows 8.1 (64-bit and 32-bit) in the Microsoft Windows Compatibility Center: you can rest assured that our product is robust and stable, well tested, and performs as advertised (in fact, we guarantee it, see below) Windows 7 All Editions Activator

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