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Pro won't make it run faster. Make sure the processor is fast enough to handle XP. If it's an older computer you've upgraded to XP, it may not have the horsepower.
Read this page from Microsoft:
If the CPU conforms, the best thing to do is add RAM. I recommend a minimum of 1 GB for XP machines.
Make sure the hard drive is not nearly full, as that will limit the paging file that Windows uses. If your drive is near capacity (+90% full) it will slow down any computer, regardless of how much memory you have, or what speed the CPU is.
Posted on Jul 18, 2008
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