Manek Dubash

Manek Dubash is an analyst and journalist with over 30 years experience. Focused on business technology, he observes and comments on enterprise infrastructure issues for a range of industry-influential websites including The Register, ZDNet UK, Computer Weekly and CloudPro, and produces reports for research firm STL Partners.

Manek's views are his alone and do not necessarily represent those of Microsoft.

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Windows XP on your notebook

Windows XP on your notebook

Notebooks came in from the cold with Windows 2000. After the desktop-only orientation of Windows NT, Windows 2000 finally provided notebooks with a robust, protected memory-model operating system that also supported critical features such as standby, hibernate and resume.

October 30, 2001 by in Enterprise Software

Windows XP: entertainment and multimedia

Windows XP: entertainment and multimedia

Windows XP extends the operating system's ability to act as an entertainment centre -- even though, for most people, the idea of sitting in front of a PC to watch a full-length film is not currently compelling. That said, as well as offering the usual ability to play audio and video sources, XP's new Windows Media Player (WMP), version 8.

October 30, 2001 by in Enterprise Software