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Network pseudo-clustering

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I have an older machine (Celeron 600MHz, 512 MB RAM, running XP-SP3) and it's showing its age as I do more and more with it.
I looked into clustering and MPP, but it seems a bit too complex for my needs..
Is there a way I can network with another one or two other computers to speed things up by sharing the processing/memory load? I have two P3 450MHz/256MB commercial machines sitting around doing nothing and every one has an ethernet card.

Thanks in advance for any insights y'all can provide.
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