It also bundles software such as Microsoft Windows XP Home Edition operating system pre-installed, Multimedia Streaming software.
What does XPH stand for?
XPH stands for XP Home Edition (Windows)
This definition appears very frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Information technology (IT) and computers
- Business, finance, etc.
See other definitions of XPH
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- Converted Merchant Ships (US Navy)
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- X-Open POSIX Group
- X.400 Promotion Group
- X/Open Portability Guide
- Xeroderma Pigmentosum Group G (human genes)
- Expanded Programmable Display Generator
- X/open Portability Guide Release 3
- Expanded Psionics Handbook (roleplaying games, Dungeons & Dragons)
- Chi Rho Iota (Greek letters to abbreviate Christ)
- Cross Platform Installer (file extension)
- Cross-Polar Isolation
- eXtended Process Integration (J.D. Edwards)
- X.25 Protocol Interface
- Xtreme Products, Inc. (Las Vegas, NV)
- Extra Planetary Interstellar Anomalies (band)
- Cross Polarisation Interference Canceller
- X Portable Interface Package
- XML Productivity Kit for Java
Samples in periodicals archive:
Initially, support for the XP Home edition (the one most ordinary customers use) was quietly extended to 'two years after the next version of this product is released' - or two years after the release of Vista.
The terminal also offers maximum uplinks and downlinks at 384kb/s in the FOMA service area and is compliant with Windows Vista, Windows XP Professional Windows XP Home Edition and Windows 2000 Professional (Japanese versions only).
The included OS is Microsoft Windows XP Home Edition SP2 and comes with one-year warranty and 24-hour telephone customer service support.
0789733374 Easy Microsoft Windows XP home edition, 3d ed.
If your computer runs on the Windows XP Home edition rather than on Professional, you'll have to install the backup utility from the software's CD-ROM by going to Valueadd\msft\ntbackup and clicking on Ntbackup.
The new stripped-down version will have a new name (fanfare here) - Windows XP Home Edition N - chosen by the EC after 10 alternatives put forward by MS were rejected.
If you have Windows XP Pro as a Home Edition, choose David Pogue's Windows XP Home Edition 2nd Edition (059600897X, $24.