In Bangkok, Thailand, Manthana Upathe (left) and her daughter, both novice PC users, give Microsoft Windows product managers their take on their experiences as beta testers for Windows XP Starter Edition.
Sagaya Shalini (left), who runs a PC kiosk out of her home in rural Tamil Nadu, India, watches a demonstration by Adam Wolf, a Windows XP Starter Edition product manager. Sangamitra Ramachander, research manager at n-Logue Communications, looks on.
Microsoft Chairman Bill Gates gives a speech on the future of technology in Bangkok on June 30, 2005. Windows XP Starter Edition grew out of a test program in Thailand and Malaysia to offer budget PCs to consumers.
A tutorial in the Brazilian version of Windows XP Starter Edition diagrams the key components of a computer.
A screenshot from an instructional video within the Brazilian version of Windows XP Starter Edition that explains how to use a mouse.