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In my view, it's definitely time to move on.
The expensive way is to keep your old laptop with Windows XP just in case your withdrawal symptoms overwhelm you, and then buy a new laptop with Windows 7 on it.
As your laptop is a few years old it may not be able to run Windows 7 anyway so you should run the Windows 7 Upgrade Advisor first.
You can then make an informed choice, but I'm sure you'll be delighted with Windows 7.
If you can run Windows 7 and want to dual boot, check this tutorial.
Dual Boot Installation with Windows 7 and XP
If you decide to buy a new laptop with Windows 7 Professional on it, you can also use Microsoft's free XP Mode, which runs under a virtual PC.
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