Windows XP Service Pack 3 (SP3) latest updates will improve overall speed, security and compatibility. It has support for DirectX, IE and media player. Microsoft has ended the support for Windows XP operating system in 2014 because of some security and privacy issues. However Service Pack 3 has a set of files to maximize functionality and compatibility on consumer demands. This service pack will also extend DirectX, Internet Explorer, Windows Media Player and Skype messenger support.
The updates included in this suite are limited but most recommended for XP users. This 3rd update package is rich with both Service Pack 1 and Service Pack 2 files. Microsoft stopped anytype of support for XP users because it’s overage and more than ten years old. Currently there are hundreds of software that do not support Windows XP but few of them requires service pack 3 update.
As SP1 released for Windows 7 and SP2 for Windows Vista consumers, similarly they have released SP3 as final update package. This update will increase performance on Windows Startup, Task Manager, Log on and Shut Down processes. Most important thing that it will bring some important files that are required to install latest versions of Windows Media Player, Internet Explorer and DirectX.
- Create a restore point for restoring OS if face problems
- Support for DirectX, IE, WMP and other 3rd party apps
- Added WPA2 security method for Wi-Fi connections
- Completely freeware and does not requires a serial key
Install Internet Explorer 9, Windows Media Player 11, Skype, DirectX 10 and many other programs on Windows XP after having SP3 update. The developer team has increased compatibility of this older OS with fixing bugs through this package. It supports all editions of Windows XP from Starter to Professional.
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