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Education... SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS

Minimum System Requirements for Windows XP
Listed below are the minimum as well as recommended system requirements:

PC with 300MHz or higher processor clock speed recommended; 233MHz minimum required; Intel® Pentium®/Celeron™ family, AMD K6®/Athlon™/Duron™ family, or compatible processor recommended
128MB of RAM or higher recommended (64MB minimum supported; may limit performance and some features)
1.5GB of available hard disk space
Super VGA (800 x 600) or higher resolution video adapter and monitor
CD-ROM or DVD drive
Keyboard and Microsoft mouse or compatible pointing device


Additional items or services required to use certain Windows XP features

For Internet access:
Some Internet functionality may require Internet access, a Microsoft.NET Passport account, and payment of a separate fee to a service provider; local and/or long-distance telephone toll charges may apply
14.4 Kbps or higher-speed modem
CD-ROM or DVD drive
Keyboard and Microsoft mouse or compatible pointing device


For networking:
Network adapter appropriate for the type of local-area, wide-area, wireless, or home network you wish to connect to, and access to an appropriate network infrastructure; access to third-party networks may require additional charges
For instant messaging, voice and video conferencing, and application sharing, both parties need Microsoft.NET Passport account and Internet access


For voice and video conferencing, both parties also need:
33.6 Kbps or higher-speed modem, or a network connection
Microphone and sound card with speakers or headset
For video conferencing, both parties also need: video conferencing camera and Windows XP


For application sharing, both parties also need:
33.6 Kbps or higher-speed modem, or a network connection
Windows XP
For remote assistance: both parties must be running Windows XP and be connected by a network


For sound:
Sound card and speakers or headphones


For DVD video playback:
DVD drive and DVD decoder card or DVD decoder software
8MB of video RAM


For Windows Movie Maker:
Video capture feature requires appropriate digital or analog video capture device
400MHz or higher processor required for digital video camera capture


Is Windows XP compatible with your computer?
Computers purchased after January 2000 should be able to run Windows XP with little or no problem.
Computers purchased in 1999 will more than likely need more memory to run Windows XP.
Computers purchased before 1999 will probably not be able to run Windows XP without some upgrades to hardware and software. These upgrades may be significant.


Information provided courtesy of the Best Buy Training Center

 

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