Question about Microsoft Windows XP Professional
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The latest "version" of Windows XP is Service Pack 3 (or SP3). It's not really a version, but a pack of updatesand patches for Windows.
You can get this SP3 - and lots of other important patches, packs and updates (for Windows and other Microsoft's products) by going to Microsoft Update website. Assuming you have a legitimate copy of Windows (read this to find more about it) - updating your system will be as easy as clicking a button! :)
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