My computer is a Windows XP, all three accounts are set as administartor, I do install Windows updates, and I'm not sure what you mean by SP level or how to figure out what mine is.
Hey! You say >> all three accounts are set as administartor <<
That is a very bad idea. For security sake there should be only one administrator, two at the most, and the admin accounts should limit their use of the internet to the bare minimum.
Set up limited accounts and use those for scurrying around on the net instead of loging on as an administrator.
Make sure that automatic windows updates is enabled so that you dont have to go rushing around looking for them.
You say >> I'm not sure what you mean by SP level or how to figure out what mine is.<<
SP Level is in reference to the two "Service Packs" that microsoft has released to help patch up win XP. Service Packs are like major overhauls to XP.
I do not know the best way to find out if you have SP1, or SP2 installed, however whenever I go into safe mode it tells me that I have SP2 installed. Check out the corners of your safe mode screen and see if it says anything.
You might rush on over to "Microsoft Baseline Security" and run a security sweep of your system too. That will tell you what security issues, if any, you might have, and recommend what to do to fix them.
Hope that some of this helps you. Bye Wendy
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