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hi everyone, wats the difference between windows xp professional and windows xp professional corporate edition? and whats the differences between windows xp 64-bit and 32-bit? which one is better? and which one is the retailed version?
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Try here

http://www.microsoft...ns/default.mspx
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Thanks, good link.
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o ok thanks! hey I want to build my own computer, do you know any sites that have videos that can teach you how?
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o yea, and the site doesnt say what windows xp professional corporate edition is. And is windows xp 64-bit good? will it have problems?
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Results for:
all the words: xp corporate edition; this exact phrase: xp corporate edition; category: All Results; site: All of Microsoft.com;


Sorry, no results were found.
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Windows XP Corp. is a Volume License copy of XP that doesn't require activation.
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doesnt non corporation not require activation too?
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No. Non-Corp. does require activation.

And to clarify, Corp just means Volume License. Corp. is not an actual version of XP.
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o ok, but its still xp pro?
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Yes. But it is probably not a copy you will recieve, unless you want to pay for it. (Its a little bit more expensive...)
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ok thanks a lot! which is better? xp 64-bit or 32-bit? and theres not much differences, are there?
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Its going to matter if you meet the requirements for 64bit..

Windows XP Professional x64 Edition Minimum System Requirements

Supported processors include:

AMD Athlon 64 processors
AMD Opteron processors
Intel Xeon processors including Intel EM64T
Intel Pentium 4 processors including Intel EM64T


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o ok, thanks
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