It's no longer supported, so it's actually one of the least secure operating systems you could use, anon.
I'm glad to educate you about this security issue so you can update to the superior operating system, Linux Mint. It is suprisingly easy for newbies and it's free as in freedom, as well as beer!
>install vanilla xp
>open IE for first time
>go to google.com
>47 pop-up windows and 8 Messenger Service windows open at the same time
>most secure OS
>easy to program/mod
>safe, enclosed portable power supply
>doesn't require software updates
>kernel has two states: on and off
>cannot be hacked on a network
>doesn't even connect to a network
>your personal info is safe
>because this doesn't even record personal info