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After completing this chapter, you will be able to:
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Talk knowledgeably about the Windows XP operating system. Log on to your computer. Log off of your computer. Shut down your computer.
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Microsoft Windows XP is the latest in the line of Windows operating systems. Windows XP is the successor to Microsoft Windows 2000 and Microsoft Windows Millennium Edition (Windows Me), and it is the first operating system expressly designed by Microsoft to fill the needs of both business and personal users. This chapter provides an overview of Windows XP and takes you through the process of logging on to a computer that is running either Windows XP Professional or Windows XP Home Edition. Whether you are new to Windows or familiar with an earlier version, you will find useful information in this chapter. However, many of the features introduced with Windows XP run behind the scenes and are not obvious to the casual observer, or they are used to set up and maintain (administer) a network. We don't cover these features in this book because most people never have to deal with them. Tip For an explanation of the different editions of the Windows XP operating system and how they are addressed in this book, please read 'What's New in Microsoft Windows XP' at the beginning of this book. Unlike most of the exercises in this book, some of the exercises in this chapter are specific to Windows XP Home Edition or Windows XP Professional because of differences in the procedures for logging on and off and shutting down your computer. You can work through the exercises that are designated for the version of Windows XP you have installed, and skip the exercises designed for the other version. For all the exercises, we assume Windows XP Professional or Windows XP Home Edition is already installed on your computer, and that you know your user name and password (if you need them). There are no practice files for this chapter.
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The Windows XP operating system provides an easy way for you to work with your computer without knowing anything about its inner workings. The operating system functions as the brain and nervous system of your computer; it tells your computer what to do and how to do it. The operating system interacts with software programs installed on your computer and enables your computer to communicate with other computers and other types of hardware, such as a printer, scanner, modem, or network interface card. A Windows-based operating system, such as Windows XP, also acts as the interface between you and your computer. You tell your computer what to do by means of a graphical user interface (UI) that helps you work in an intuitive, visual way, such as choosing commands by clicking graphic representations.
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Windows XP is designed to be very reliable and has been visually redesigned to give you a personalized, task-focused computing experience. If you are accustomed to the traditional Windows user interface, you might at first be somewhat surprised by the changes, but the increased capabilities of Windows XP will quickly win you over. So what exactly can you expect from your new operating system First and foremost, you can expect a smooth way of carrying out common computer tasks and communicating with your programs. For those of you who are already somewhat familiar with other versions of Windows, here are the Windows XP features that both Professional and Home Edition users are most likely to take advantage of:
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The operating system's updated look uses graphics to simplify moving around and completing common tasks. New for Windows XP Its task-focused design and dynamic menus display options specifically associated with the task or file you are working on.
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Upgrading to Windows XP You can upgrade your computer's operating system to Windows XP Home Edition from Microsoft Windows 98 or Windows Me. You can upgrade to Windows XP Professional from Microsoft Windows NT Workstation or Windows 2000. Upgrading to Windows XP should not affect your personal files and settings. However, it is always a good policy to back up important files before upgrading.
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New for Windows XP The Fast User Switching feature makes it easy for multiple users to share a single stand-alone computer without interfering with each other's programs. Important Fast User Switching is not available for computers logged on to a network domain.
New for Windows XP The redesigned Start menu can be customized by each user so that frequently used files, folders, and programs are grouped together for easy access. The Welcome screen can be personalized and secured with a password for each person who has an account on the computer. New for Windows XP The Search Companion feature identifies what kind of help you need and retrieves search information relevant to your current task. The file management system makes it easy for you to arrange files according to your own needs, and provides optional thumbnail images for easy scanning of folder contents. New for Windows XP The My Music folder is a place where you can organize and view your music files, and create lists of songs (called playlists) to play. The My Pictures folder is a specialized place where you can store and organize photos, view images as thumbnails or a slideshow, publish pictures to the Internet, compress
photos so that they are easier to e-mail, order photo prints from the Internet, and optimize print settings to make the best use of high-quality photo paper. The Scanner and Camera Wizard makes it easy to scan single or multiple images into one or more image files. The Web Publishing Wizard takes you through the process of publishing pictures and other files to the Web so that you can share them with other people. The Network Setup Wizard takes you through the key steps of setting up a network, including sharing files, printers, and devices; sharing an Internet connection; and configuring an Internet Connection Firewall, which protects your computer from intrusion when you are connected to the Internet. Internet Connection Sharing makes it easy for multiple computers to share a single Internet connection. Microsoft Internet Explorer 6, the Web browser that comes with most configurations of Windows XP, includes new and enhanced features that simplify your daily Internet tasks while helping you to maintain the privacy of your personal information on the Web. (You can choose to install a different browser if you want.) New for Windows XP The Help and Support Center combines features such as Search, Index, and Favorites with up-to-the-minute online content, including help from other Windows XP users and online support professionals. New for Windows XP The Remote Assistance feature enables you to share control of your desktop with another Windows XP user who can see your screen and control the keyboard and mouse from his or her computer. New for Windows XP The Windows Update Web site allows you to easily implement Windows XP improvements, including new device drivers and security updates. With your permission, updates can be automatically downloaded in the background while you are connected to the Internet for another reason. Application compatibility improvements enable many programs that don't run on Windows 2000 to run on Windows XP, and you can use the Program Compatibility Wizard to run an incompatible program as if it were in an earlier version of Windows. The System Restore feature enables you to restore a Windows XP computer to a previous state without losing personal data or document files. Windows Installer helps you install, configure, track, upgrade, and remove software programs correctly. Multilingual support helps you easily create, read, and edit documents in many languages with the English version of Windows XP Professional. The Windows XP environment adapts to the way you work, enabling you to easily find crucial information and programs. Increased virus protection enables you to block the execution of e-mail attachments, and your system administrator can remotely manage whether certain types of programs are allowed to run on your computer. Troubleshooters available through the Help and Support Center help you or an administrator configure, optimize, and troubleshoot numerous Windows XP Professional functions. ClearType triples the horizontal resolution available for text displayed on a computer screen, making it crisper and easier to read. Up to 4 gigabytes (GB) of RAM and one or two processors can be installed in your computer. Audio and video conferencing have been improved and now include audio and video quality, reduced audio response time, support for new cameras, support for synchronization of video and voice, and support for larger video sizes.
Hibernate mode saves the computer's memory to the hard disk when power is shut down so that when you restore power, all of your applications are reopened exactly as you left them. Peer-to-peer networking support allows you to interact with computers running earlier versions of Windows and to share resources such as folders, printers, and peripherals. Most of the situations in which you had to restart your computer in Windows NT 4.0, Windows Me, Windows 98, and Microsoft Windows 95 have been eliminated.
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