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Download : Microsoft Windows XP Setup Simulator v1.0
Contributed by: G3nu1n3, at 4/26/2005 07:46:00 AM.

Windows XP Setup Simulator is a program that teaches you how to install Windows XP, without having to worry you will mess up your hardware or software.

It just simulates installing Windows XP as if it was the real setup. It reproduces every step exactly as it is in the real setup, and it does not restart your computer. This program can also be used as a guide for learning how to install Windows 2003, because the steps are very similar. The package also includes an e-book that explains every step of the Windows XP Setup and some other Windows XP Basics. You can also find the simulation with every step explained in several languages.

Good for teaching newbies.

Download: Windows XP Setup Simulator v1.0
Homepage: Windows XP Setup Simulator


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