Changes in Windows XP 64 Bit Edition
Microsoft recently launched their popular Operating System Windows XP in the 64-Bit edition. This complements the recently launched 64-bit processors from the companies like AMD and Intel. The company has also released a document on their website, which highlights the changes made between the Service Pack 2 edition of Windows XP and the Windows XP Professional x64 Edition.
Overview of the document:
The document provides information regarding features that differ in functionality from Windows XP SP2. It is important to note that the document uses the Windows XP SP2 feature set as the baseline for comparison with Windows XP Professional x64 Edition. Features not documented here are at parity with Windows XP SP2 and function the same way.
The document is available on the Microsoft website and you need MS Word or a Word file viewer to read it. Download it here.