Introduction of a powerful operating system Microsoft Windows XP has proven to be a revolutionary step that brings enormous flexibility and ease of use to the user. It falls under category of one of the extremely reliable and sturdy operating systems for all categories of users.
Windows XP installation is highlighted with powerful features like unattended installations and remote installations and is endorsed with multiple new features such as user account management and group’s management at a much easier GUI level. windows 8.1 product key
Microsoft also includes several new features in terms of auditing and generating a lot of reports in logs for the administrative user. Windows installer is provided in this new operating system which helps to remove code clutter to ensure a more stable operating system than earlier versions.
Significant improvement in user interface and options can be easily experienced, since it enables a greater ease-of-use for optimum users, and on the other hand options like multilingual support are pointing towards corporate environment. The plug-and-play of XP features an extremely good compatibility with mobile hardware, and thus takes hardware support and installation to a new level.
XP runs on new and revolutionary NTFS file system and is much advantageous over the old FAT and FAT32 file systems. Networking set up and troubleshooting environment is much improved with new features like off-line folder sharing and resource management. Remote connectivity is achievable with the launch of XP, which ensures flexibility to telecommuter while working from home.
Your need to run network setup wizard first time when you share a file or folder or if you know what you are doing then you can just turn on sharing. The simple file sharing in the folder options need to be turned off, which is the prior task to accomplish. Turning on network sharing all inbound connections are made as guests
One big trick which Microsoft does not tell you is that when you turn on network sharing all inbound connections are made as guests. So turning on network sharing turns the guest account on its own.