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As of April 8th, 2014, Microsoft no longer provides technical support for Windows XP, and it is no longer available for download. The company also no longer creates updates for the operating system. More »

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To install Microsoft Word for Windows XP, insert the Microsoft Office disc into your computer, and check the product key on the packaging box. Go to My Computer, and click the Setup.exe option to open the Setup window. F... More »

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Microsoft's XPS Document Writer is a software application that creates files with an .xps extension, using any Windows-based program with a print option. The XPS file format was developed by Microsoft as an alternative t... More »

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Microsoft stopped offering support for Windows XP as of April of 2014, so the only way to obtain updates is to upgrade the operating system or to create a registry change to work around the incompatible updates available... More »

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Microsoft Windows XP has features that include a user interface with simplified WebViews, a software-based firewall to protect against security threats on the Internet, fast user switching and support for Direct X versio... More »

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Citrix Access Gateway is available for Windows XP, although Windows XP is no longer supported by Microsoft. The applicable range of Windows XP versions includes Windows XP Professional SP3 32-bit edition, Windows XP Prof... More »

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Windows XP supports keyboard shortcuts like CTRL+C, ALT+F4, Windows Key+D and Windows Key+E. These shortcuts are not critical for using a Windows XP computer, but they are helpful during everyday activities. More »

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