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Microsoft Developing XP Client for Old PCs
Contributed by: G3nu1n3, at 5/13/2005 12:37:00 PM.

Microsoft announced a slimmed down version of Windows XP for PCs with older hardware code-named "Eiger."

Eiger blends together Windows XP and Windows Embedded to offer a thin client for terminal servers that provides the manageability and security enhancements of Windows XP.

With Eiger, the network is the computer. Eiger transforms desktops into terminals that run applications from servers such as Citrix's MetaFrame. Microsoft is positing Eiger as a migration path to the full-fledged version of Windows XP and as a stopping point on the way to its upcoming Longhorn operating system.

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