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Voting to keep XP alive, learning how to run TechNet Sysinternals straight from a command prompt without downloading, and improving HDTV support and game performance for ATI: it's all here!
After a false start last week, Microsoft has finally released SP3 for Windows XP for download. Here are the links you need to get it and avoid potential headaches in the process.
Microsoft rolls out a new version of Expression Media and a free catalog reader. We take a closer look.
While we've been waiting for Windows XP Service Pack 3, some other goodies slipped out of Redmond. Here's some of what's new - and cool - for both Windows XP and Vista users.
It's been a long, looong wait for Service Pack 3, but the waiting's over (but not officially). Here's what happened (and didn't happen) today.
Virtually all Windows XP users can't wait to put Service Pack 3 on their systems. However, some experts are advising a "wait-and-see" attitude. Here's why.
Diagnosing and curing your PC problems - Why your power button doesn't work, yet more SLI confusion, and why high-end laptops won't run XP.
Windows XP SP3 RC2 is now ready for downloading. Here's how to get it and how to solve problems you may have with installing it.
Install Windows Live Photo Gallery on Windows XP, and you also get everyone's least favorite search program, Windows Desktop Search. Learn how to keep from nuking Windows Live Photo Gallery when you uninstall WDS.
Microsoft tells all XP SP2 users, "Give SP3 RC2 a try!" Here's how to get it.
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