Windows XP is the latest operating system published by Microsoft Corp. America. It is an accronym for 'Xtreme Performance' and incorporates a wide sense of user friendliness and professional usage capability. Codenamed Whistler after a certain hotel, it is estimated to have captivated over 95% of all computer companies, thus rendering itself the monopolistically dominant computer operating system in the world. Its predecessor is Windows NT, and its successor is said to be Windows Vista Codename: Longhorn, surfacing in 2006.
Windows XP is the most popular operating system in the known world.