Expert Zone Support WebCast: Overview of Microsoft Windows XP Professional x64 Edition

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Session Summary

Wednesday, November 09, 2005

This Expert Zone Support WebCast provides an overview of the Microsoft Windows XP Professional x64 Edition architecture. The WebCast includes information about the AMD processors and Intel processors that support Windows XP Professional x64 Edition. This session discusses hardware and software choices. This session also discusses many of the early issues that were experienced in the user community.

This is a Level 200 session presented by Charlie Russel.

Charlie Russel is a chemist by education, an electrician by trade, a UNIX system administrator, an Oracle database administrator (DBA), an IT director and consultant, and a writer. Charlie is a Microsoft Most Valuable Professional (MVP). He is the author of more than 24 computer books. These books include Microsoft Windows Server 2003 Administrator's Companion (Microsoft Press), Microsoft Windows Small Business Server 2003 Administrator's Companion (Microsoft Press), Microsoft Windows XP Resource Kit, 3rd Edition (Microsoft Press), and Oracle DBA Backup and Recovery Quick Reference (Prentice-Hall PTR). He has also written many white papers and case studies about, and he is a regular columnist for the Windows XP Expert Zone.

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