Installing Windows XP Professional
Windows XP has a different graphical user interface (GUI) to Windows 2000 and you will find that the location of some of the features has changed.
Once you have installed Windows XP take some time in looking for the utility programs that you know and use.
Most of the developments in Windows XP are included to support new devices such as DVD burners.
One unique feature about Windows XP is that it doesn't have a server version. The Windows XP versions are Home and Professional. The Home version is for the home-user market. The Professional version is the business desktop version that is recommended for use in the office and home office and where a PC is a network client.