Windows Service Pack 3 installation – Windows XP

How Many ways to install Windows Service Pack 3? There are two ways to implement the Windows Service Pack 3 installation: Using the Windows Update Process. Using a stand alone SP3 file as manual installation.     Note: Its highly recommended that you read the precautions before implement the installation from Windows XP Service Pack 3 (SP3) article Using Windows Update: 1. Click Start, click All Programs, and then click Windows Update. 2. Click Express. Note: If your computer is up to date, Windows Service Pack 3 will be one of the updates that is automatically selected.…

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Windows Service Pack 3 (SP3) for Windows XP

What a Windows Service Pack 3 means? A Windows Service Pack 3 is a software update package (in our case the software is Windows XP) that enhances the current Windows version and also fixing any bugs or issues in the operating system as well as increasing the system security and enhance the performance. What is the latest Service pack available? The latest Service Pack available for Microsoft Windows XP is Service Pack 3. Which Windows XP version supports Windows Service Pack 3? Service Pack 3 is compatible only with Windows XP…

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How to install a Wireless Network?

Wireless Network Installation How to begin? First of all you have to have the basic Wireless Network elements which are: A Modem or a Wireless Modem/Router Ethernet Cat 6 cables Wireless Router (in case you have only normal modem) Wireless Adapter card (in case your computer or Laptop doesn’t have built in one) Note: There are modems that have built-in routers so no need to purchase a standalone Router to spread out the Wireless signal. The Router modem can perform the two functions together which receiving the internet signals and…

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How to Wireless Network?

What is a Wireless Network? It is a number of computers and devices connected together through Wireless connection via a Router to share information and to transmit data between them or for using the internet by many users using a single internet source. What are the benefits of using a Wireless network? Simplify the network physical installation (where no cables needed to be installed). Having the network signal everywhere without being restricted to specific cable terminal locations. Increasing the number of users is so easily. It reduces the building’s networking…

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