Windows XP was the successor version of Windows 2000 and Windows NT. The operating system was introduced in 2001 and had Pentium processors as the CPU platform. This version also revised the user interface and added new and improved features.
Windows XP had a unique set of features, which included network connections that allowed users to directly access the Internet, other personalcomputers(PCs) or a network, Remote Desktop, which allowed a virtual session to be established using the RDP protocol, a simplified user interface, support for mobile services and wireless networking, enhanced online conferencing features, improved security mechanisms, compact disc( CD) burning, and more. Windows XP offered the first Windows support for 64-bit computing.