Windows XP Home/Pro Edition Comparison

Posted on 2009-04-21
Last Modified: 2013-11-29
Long ago when Microsoft was actually marketing Windows XP, they had some documentation that described the specific differences in features between XP home, and XP pro.

I can't find that page on Microsoft's website anywhere. I'm hoping that it's in their archives somewhere. Does anyone have it or know where it is?

I'm looking for the official microsoft publication, or a website that copied it verbatim.
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    that was it.

    A little more on the technical side and I was looking for the advertising material. Useful nonetheless.
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