Generally speaking, unless these two laptops are identical makes and models, your whole idea is a non-starter. Windows will simply BSOD when you try and boot it. Also, system imaging means you replace everything on a computer with whatever is in the image, it doesn't just merge the two. So in this case, if you image Computer A and then apply that image to Computer B, everything on Computer B goes away and is replaced by the software from Computer A. In effect, you have two Computer As.
But again, unless Computer A and B have identical hardware, it's a purely academic discussion because it won't work on a technical level. Now, if they are identical in hardware, you then run into the legal hurdle. The license for virtually all software says that you're allowed to use a single copy on a single computer. So, unless you had two licenses for all of that software, you would be effectively pirating that software.
So you have a technical hurdle to overcome, AND a legal one. And discussion of pirating programs is not permitted here, so unless you can prove that you have the permission of every company to use copies of that program in the way you describe, we can't really discuss this matter any further here.
I am very new to the software imaging, please advise if the following is possible.
I have a laptop A with windows xp with some softwares installed and I have another laptop B with windows xp installed which have some other softwares installed.
First of all I wish to create a disk image of A to a hard disk, then I wish to use that image on B.
My question is... in Laptop B, is it possible for me to login with the user credentials of Laptop A and use all the sofwares installed on Laptop A without re-installing in laptop B.
All comments are welcome...please respond with your thoughts.
Thanks in Advance,