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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 08-19-2004, 05:09 PM - Thread Starter
 
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what are the advantages of XP pro over XP home? Im thinking of upgradeing.

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XP pro has vpn software for home to office connectivity. And a few different optimizations for an office setting. Design to operate under a network environment. Has a few more features.

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There isn't that big of a difference in my openion. I am not the expert, but one of the main things is remote computing.

One really nice thing that comes w/ Pro and not w/ home is that Pro comes with a tool that allows u to create your own self extracting .exe file. Go to start | Run | type in "iexpress" | enter | then you just choose which files you want to include and it will compress them into one nice .exe!!

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There isn't that big of a difference in my openion. I am not the expert, but one of the main things is remote computing.

One really nice thing that comes w/ Pro and not w/ home is that Pro comes with a tool that allows u to create your own self extracting .exe file. Go to start | Run | type in "iexpress" | enter | then you just choose which files you want to include and it will compress them into one nice .exe!!
Ok. I didnt understand a word you said - So I dont need XP pro. LOL

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Generally most dont need it. I just want everything Win XP has to offer.

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