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check your firewall settings. go to START > CONTROL PANEL > WINDOWS FIREWALL > RESTORE DEFAULTS then delete the temporary files in IE by going to the TOOLS > INTERNET OPTIONS > DELETE under the browsing history > DELETE ALL then reboot the computer.
If it doesn't work go to the interface of your anti virus program and disable the firewall embedded in it then reboot.
Make sure that the setting are also set to auto: START > CONTROL PANEL > INTERNET OPTIONS > CONNECTIONS tab > LAN SETTINGS > AUTOMATICALLY DETECT SETTINGS is the only one checked.
If you are sure that you are typing in the correct password, then you might need to check your router settings.
Try to reboot your router first, then try again. If you still experience the same issue, you now have to check the firewall settings. Please see instruction per Skpe;
If you are on a network that uses a proxy server, make sure your
proxy settings are correct. To check proxy settings in Internet
Explorer, go to Tools > Internet Options > Connections > LAN settings. To check proxy settings in Skype, go to Tools > Options > Advanced > Connection.
Check your firewall settings. If you are using the Windows inbuilt firewall, click Start > Control Panel > Windows Firewall, and make sure Don't Allow Exceptions is not ticked.
If you are using a different firewall, click Start > All Programs and
select your firewall. Make sure that exceptions are allowed. Go to the
Exceptions tab. If Skype is listed, delete it. Start Skype. When
prompted, select Yes to allow Skype to connect to the internet.
In Skype, go to Tools > Options > Advanced > Connection and then un-tick Use port 80 and 443 as alternatives for incoming connections
More stable and secure than previous version.contain remote desktop connection and restore option if crash etc.
Built on the new Windows engine
Enhanced device driver verifier
Dramatically reduced reboot scenarios
Improved code protection
Side-by-side DLL support
Windows File Protection
Enhanced software restriction policies
Preemptive multitasking architecture
Scalable memory and processor support
Encrypting File System (EFS) with multi-user support
IP Security (IPSec)
Smart card support
Internet Explorer Add-on Manager
Windows Security Center
Data Execution Prevention
Windows Firewall Exception List
Windows Firewall Application and Port Restrictions
Fresh visual design
Fresh visual design etc.....
features of windows xp: 1.Ntfs file system supporting. 2.remot desktop feature supported. 3.internet explore version 6.0. 4.Bluetooth 2.0 Update 5.inbilt firewall. 6.Internet Connection Firewall. 7.Recovery Console 8.System Restore 9.Peer-to-peer networking support ---------------------------------------------------- Again, 1. Instant Messaging. 2. system restore. 3. Ntfs file system supporting. 4. Remote Desktop. 5. Firewall Inbuilt 6. ASR available 7. EFS available 8. Fast User Switching 9. Point to point Networking support 10.Fast user switching 11.Windows security center 12.Recovery Console ----------------------------------------------------
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