Windows XP Service Pack 3 adds to Microsoft's operating system woes

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The internet is awash with moans and complaints from Windows XP users who have encountered problems installing the operating system's Service Pack 3. John Stokdyk reports

The operating system update went live on the Microsoft Download Center last week (6 May) and is designed to bundle up all previously released updates as well as add support for a few new functions.

Windows XP SP3 does not include Internet Explorer, but if version 6 or 7 of the Microsoft browser is installed, it will be updated. The service pack includes several elements to beef up security, including an upgrade to the WPA2 wireless security protocol. It also includes Network Access Protection (NAP) to help organisations running Windows XP to take advantage of new features in the Windows Server 2008...

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