Question by  melz10 (61)

What is the programming language used in Windows XP?

I would like to adjust some of the programing on my computer and need to learn more about the type of language used.


Answer by  andy4us (75)

Windows XP can be programmed in many different languages. Some of them are C/C++. C# and. Net and Visual Basic. It depends on what you would like to do and what problem you would like to solve. In many cases it is not necessary to program anything.


Answer by  vicky (51)

The programming language used in windows xp is mainly C. It is also created using MS Visual C++,VB. net and c#. C is quick in performing most of the necessary tasks.

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Answer by  dr84bhl (2789)

Windows is the program for windows xp. You may have to buy a ethernet connection to get onto the internet if it is an older style computer. Go to microsoft windows website and download the updates needed for the computer. Most adjustments can be found on microsoft websites as well as the java.


Answer by  PsyKickRuhYn (32)

windows XP was originally written using C for low-level parts including bits of assembler and the high-level main language used was C++. Probably there are some other minor languages used but they are not that important to give importance to them...


Answer by  vsgunnam (222)

In windows xp,C/C++ is used. In addition, bits of low level bootstrap code and some high level fluff in VB are there

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