2 computer CPU with Hyperthreading XP Pro uninstall

I bought a computer from two CPU with an OEM license.  I have no idea what hyperthreading I discovered yesterday when looked in the BIOS settings I don't know if I think that's not good. When you use Microsoft Fix it difficulty it doesn't detect any hardware or software. I ask this question on my other computer. I discovered that in hybernation mode there is an option to delete files and return to the bios. A few months after the purchase I discovered I had a guest account I deleted all the files with that account.

I am not very computer but I'm Fuming on this computer. I would like to know how to completely remove files (XP Pro) taking account of the two CPU and Hyperthreading?  For the interem I have a license software XP Home install disk.

I asked a few questions here at Microsoft Answers and in hindsight, a Question about Microsoft Fix It error code was published in the community forum

When it should of gone to one technician technical support for which I apologize.  I got emails regarding my questions. Which was very stange for me in regard to a question I had asked he said that the following thread link has been removed becaused I had created. The emails offered links that I find it silly to have followed a link in an email! I'm not sure they're Microsoft and error codes that I have provided different to those which have been subsequently sent to me.

I thank you in advance for your time and patience in reading this and a forward answer.

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Hyperthreading is a good thing.  It allows a CPU to manage more than one thread so that it can do more than one thing at a time.  The current Intel i7 processors have hyperthreading.  See what hyperthreading is here: http://www.intel.com/technology/platform-technology/hyper-threading/index.htm

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