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Run Win 7 in xp mode / Win XP mode

Posted on 2015-01-06
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Dear Experts

I am downloading Win XP mode from MS.
The download file names have no logical interpretation, at least not to me.
Perhaps you can tell me why there are two xp mode files, windowsxpmode_en-us.exe, and windowsxpmode_n-en-us.exe
just one letter difference - but what does it mean?

thanks
Jarek
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this version with the n, does not have media player included.

something to do with anti-trust solution in Europe.

Pick whichever version suits your requirements.

Just download this version

windowsxpmode_en-us.exe
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