Conclusion: It does pretty much what is said on the tin and in our own humble experience, download and installation was pretty simple.Overall, it’s very much a case of so far, so good as we say a long goodbye to a tried and trusted friend called XP.Con's: Many users have complained about complicated installation glitches when it comes to the XP Service Pack 3 and have warned that people should download with caution.Internet Explorer 7 is also not included in this package.Or, maybe you heard all the bad press and skipped on it altogether? So vastly superior, that I am going out of my way to ensure that it I believe that Vista remains superior.I challenge someone to list 7 reasons why Windows 7 is better than Windows Vista. “Features” like Aero Snap, Jump Lists, and the new taskbar do not necessitate an entirely new operating system, so they don’t really count.
Windows XP SP3 will not significantly change the Windows XP experience. It is to computers what wheels are to cars, and because Windows XP Service Pack 3 is a cumulative update of all former XP service packs we thought it warranted our attention. This Windows XP Update works a lot faster than XP SP2, and that our friends, as you well know, is quite fast.
There’s nothing that new or dramatic here as you can see, but nevertheless, the Windows XP Service Pack 3 still boasts features well worth having.
Pro's: XP is universally loved by computer users everywhere, and anything that makes it a little more efficient and faster, is more than welcome as far as we’re concerned.
[NOTES FROM THE FIELD] – So, when is an upgrade of your currently installed operating system installation not really an upgrade?
Anytime you choose AUTORUN within a non-supported operating system and you choose the “upgrade” option because the setup installation routine will eventually stop you from completing this action.