Currently, Microsoft offers four service packs for Windows XP.
Windows needs free space on the hard drive for normal operation, for defragmenting the drive, for burning CDs and DVDs, and for a variety of other tasks, so it’s important to delete unneeded files occasionally.
Depending on how fragmented the drive and how large the drive, defragmenting it can take less than an hour or as long as all night.
When a new hard drive is first installed in a system, you must first initialize the disk.
You can install an OS on a spanned or striped volume that uses software RAID.
For Windows XP, use the ____ to see which service packs are installed.