Windows XP provides many ways for you to communicate with friends, co-workers, and with the rest of the world. Learn how to set up and use e-mail, including instant messaging. Explore the World Wide Web safely and in a secure environment.
Windows XP makes it easy to print your documents, whether your computer is connected directly to a printer or linked remotely on a network. Learn how to install a printer, perform basic printer tasks, share a printer, and manage a shared printer.
You can track Windows XP security events through auditing, which you enable in Group Policy. You can specify that an audit entry be written to the security event log whenever certain actions are performed or certain files are accessed.
Each computer that runs Windows XP or Windows 2000 has exactly one local Group Policy object In these objects, Group Policy settings are stored on individual computers, whether or not they are part of an Active Directory environment or a networked ...
Windows XP can record a range of event types, from a system-wide event such as a user logging on, to an attempt by a particular user to read a specific file. Both successful and unsuccessful attempts to perform an action can be recorded.