Windows Fundamentals for Legacy PCs
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Windows Fundamentals for Legacy PCs (also known as Windows FLP) is a lighter version of the Windows XP operating system developed by Microsoft, and is designed for business users with older hardware. Many components of the operating system are optional, tailoring to specific needs.
This operating system was released to manufacturing on 8 July 2006 and was intended for Microsoft Software Assurance users who were still running Windows 9x (or Windows NT 4.0 or Windows 2000) to upgrade to Windows XP, without having to change hardware (such as memory or the CPU). It had a successor known as Windows Thin PC.
WinFLP uses Service Packs for Windows Embedded.
The only legal way to obtain the OS was through Microsoft's Software Assurance program.
Features[edit | edit source]
Included[edit | edit source]
- Remote Desktop
- Windows Media Player 10
- Internet Explorer
Removed (from Windows XP)[edit | edit source]
- Out of box experience
- Windows Product Activation
Supported (as updates)[edit | edit source]
- Internet Explorer 7
- Internet Explorer 8
- Windows Media Player 11
- Additional themes
- Microsoft Plus! (Windows XP and Digital Media Edition)
- Microsoft Office (up to 2010)