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By default, it's the only place you'll find My Computer, My Documents, and My Network Places (formerly known as Network Neighborhood).

It's spiffier, with both aesthetic and functional redesigns, and features login screens for home and corporate systems alike-something many Windows 95/98 users have never seen.

Either way the rule of thumb is XP for old computers, and 7 for new ones.

This computer is an 'old but trusted friend and if you want to pick out a new program, go with this.

Yes, it works OK and allows you to keep your current computer a few more years.

Summary Overall, I have had this computer ALL MY LIFE, and it still works like brand new.

Cons Lags sometimes (ANNOYING can be slow 35 of the time.

Reply by spacetimezi on February 6, 2012 Yes XP is not perfect but hardly slow compared to the bloated and rushed VISTA.

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PC makers received final code last week, and you'll be able to pick up your own copy come October 25, although some vendors will most likely release systems with XP preinstalled before that date.

The next step is to buy a new computer with 7.

If you have XP, I recommend that you upgrade to Vista SP1 or 7 now.

(0) (2) 4 stars "Very, very good download Windows program" March 27, 2011 By Nasademon Version: Microsoft Windows XP Home Edition 5.1 (Build 2600: Service Pack 3) Pros Easy to deal with problems, easy to navigate.

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(0) (0) 2 stars "Not worth the install" July 09, 2012 By Ratterify Version: Microsoft Windows XP Home Edition 5.1 (Build 2600: Service Pack 3) Pros Works with any application Cons Slowest OS ever.

After a buildup of Hollywood proportions, Microsoft has released its final cut of Windows XP.

Version: Microsoft Windows XP Home Edition 5.1 (Build 2600: Service Pack 3) Pros Fast Easy to use Not a lot of useless features.

But you can always drag items you like onto the now barren Desktop and make shortcuts, as we did here.