Microsoft Interactieve Training
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What is Microsoft Interactieve Training?
The Microsoft Interactive Training or more properly known as the Microsoft Step-by-Step Interactive Training (SBSI) is an OEM application that was meant only for devices, such as PCs and laptops that come with Windows XP pre-installed. The software cannot be installed manually and is not present in the supplied Windows XP installation disc. The SBSI should not be confused with another Microsoft product called Interactive Training, which is meant for Office 2007 suites and up.
The Microsoft SBSI is a guided tour through Windows XP and is targeted mainly for users who were migrating from Windows 95 and 98 (and to a lesser degree Windows 2000/Me) to XP, since XP was rebuilt from the ground up and features a huge difference from its predecessors. The training is a tutorial of sorts for the operating system and its main advantages over the previous operating systems, and used an interactive interface so the user can explore options and other XP characteristics. This software is turned on by default, and can later be removed via the Add/Remove Programs panel.
The Microsoft SBSI was removed from newer versions of Windows.
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Last updated: : June 22, 2014