Windows XP build 2600.1106
|Build of Windows XP|
|Architecture||x86, x64, ia64|
Media Center Edition
Windows XP build 2600.1106 is the final Service Pack 1 build of Windows XP.
Service Pack 1 (SP1) for Windows XP was released on 2002-09-09. It contained over 300 minor, post-RTM bug fixes, along with all security patches released since the original release of XP. SP1 also added USB 2.0 support, Microsoft Java Virtual Machine, .NET Framework support, and support for technologies used by the then-upcoming Media Center and Tablet PC editions of XP. The most significant change on SP1 was the addition of Set Program Access and Defaults, a settings page which allows programs to be set for certain types of activities (such as media players or web browsers) and for access to bundled, Microsoft programs (such as Microsoft Internet Explorer or Windows Media Player) to be disabled. This feature was added to comply with the settlement of United States v. Microsoft Corp., which required Microsoft to offer the ability for OEMs to bundle third-party competitors to software it bundles with Windows, and give them the same level of prominence as those normally bundled with the OS (such as Internet Explorer and Windows Media Player).