A new feature of Windows XP is the Windows Movie Maker. You can convert your video clips or still pictures and sound files into movies. These clips can be inserted into your PowerPoint presentations to educate or emphasize a topic.
Most models of Enterprise (EN) computers, not including the budget model, come with a DVD/CDRW combo optical drive. The DVD part of the drive allows you to play DVD movies on these computers and to access high capacity DVD data discs. The CDRW part of the drive allows you to record data. You can use this and Windows XP to backup your important files.
Windows XP has a built-in program that allows a file or folder to be compressed. This would allow the file or folder to be sent via email or put on a server faster.