- abbr. grammar "X Phrase": a phrase which consists of either: (1) an optional specifier and an X-bar phrase, or (2) a conjunction sandwiched between two other XPs. The X is a "pro-letter" which can be substituted by letters such as N for noun, V for verb, P for preposition, I for inflectional, etc.
- US, military, aviation, obsolete experimental pursuit fighter (prefix)
- computing Initialism of eXtreme Programming.
- gaming Initialism of experience points.
- Combination of prefix P and prefix modifier X (Wiktionary)
“The new First Mate XP and XP+ feature improved 320 × 240 thermal image resolution, as well as expanded environmental survivability ratings and still image capture capability.”
“But do make sure you have plenty of free hard drive space, and that all of the files from your older XP CD are present in the C: \XP folder.”
“Although this ancient 4005 is not an optimal XP machine, the 4005 does meet the Microsoft minimum requirements for XP»”
“In my opinion Win XP is a powerful OS and so is OS X (at least it should be, they've been tinkering with it for almost ten years).”
“After switching between New and Old in XP, familiarizing myself with the old again ...”
“I am relying more on a quick launch folder next to the start menu like I have in XP and Vista.”
“When you do alt-tab or any aero function (when running a program in XP Mode) all you will see is a blank window UNTIL you select it.”
“For more, check out how to turn any action into a keyboard shortcut or get the best Windows 7 shortcuts in XP or Vista.”
“XP is stable, Ubuntu is stable, and OSX gets kernel panics all the time.”
“One other note: if you want to remove any of these in XP, you can just check off the items in the 'My Computer' section of Tweak UI, which would be easier than manually deleting the key.”
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