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can i update for WebApplications

Postby Sree » Wed, 19 May 2004 07:59:17 GMT

hai friends,i don't have much knowledge and 
experience.presently i am having XP Home Edition as my Pc 
Operating System,but to work with WebApplications i 
should have XP Professional  bec it has built in IIS 
which is required for WebApps.can i update my OS from XP 
HomeEdn to XP Professional without Formatting and 
reinstalling newely,can i do it.
Thanks for reply.

Sree

Re: can i update for WebApplications

Postby Charles Green » Thu, 20 May 2004 19:15:45 GMT

You can purchase the XP Pro Upgrade version, it will upgrade XP Home to XP
Pro with
no problem. However, I would recommend upgrading to development copy of
Windows 2000 or  2003 Server.

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Charles
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