Micro$oft just announced on April 17, 2008 that they will be pulling Windows XP edition from all the store shelves being sold in June of 2008. Their thrust is to manipulate the public to purchase and operate any newer computer running the 'VISTA' Edition. The greater majority of people have come to rely and even enjoy using the XP version, more so than any operating system before. In addition sadly, most folk do NOT have a copy of XP available to them should the need arise to reinstall Windows XP onto their machine. Having a good backup handy will become harder to come by in the near future. This particular AIO application should help provide a solution to this dilemma. With the programs being offered herein, YOU will have an opportunity to create a unique edition to install to any suitable computer easily.With this
package you will find a 'stripped' down in size XP Professional version with Service Pack 2 integrated for the best backup or replacement operating system. You will have the means to personalize and custom build your choices from the beginning stage to the "finished product" within a matter of several minutes. The Window$ XP here can indeed be run 'as is' but the point of sharing here is for you to join the ranks of those who have designed their own. You will find each program has certain wizards to help you successfully achieve this objective. This 'Tiny XP' as it is called has the necessary drivers already added, and yet it is only 134 MB compared to 640 MB when first sold. The reasoning is that 'smaller is faster'; and should you require specific drivers for your motherboard, graphics card, sound or printer etc. you can place these into your XP upon building. A step-by-step approach is briefly outlined to assist you to make what you prefer materialize before you. A simple, yet effective way to bring your project to fruition with little
As an added bonus, there is offered here a USB stick edition first shared by the team at NewsGarden. It is a compressed size of only 60 MB and uncompressed is 152 MB in size. This will allow you access to a "crashed' system to restore it in most cases. Simply copy it onto a USB stick or even as a CD to gain access once more to copy files or repair the machine once more.
In either scenario you will find these each quite useful. Are you ready to begin ?
Here is a very simple way to prepare your "new" Windows XP .....
This All In One package contains :
Windows CD Creator v1.1
Microsoft .NET Framework v2.0 (required)
VMware v5.5.1 FULL w\Keymaker-ZWT
Magic ISO Maker v5.4 w\SERIAL-softex team
Windows XP Pro SP2 reduced to 134 MB in size
Windows XP USB stick edition (NewsGarden)