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Part: seven Appendixes > Upgrading to Windows XP

Appendix a. Upgrading to Windows XP

IN THIS CHAPTER

The Typical Upgrade Installation 502

The “Clean” Installation 504

Activating and Registering Windows 505

Uninstalling Windows XP 507

Installing Windows XP is much easier than installing any previous version of Windows. If you received Windows XP as part of a new computer purchase, you don't have to worry about installing it at all—it's already installed. If you're upgrading an existing computer to Windows XP, you have the choice of an upgrade installation or a clean installation. For most users, the upgrade installation is the easiest way to go. I'll discuss both types of installations over the next few pages.


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