So I got my Raspberry Pi with NOOBS and decided to use Raspbian. Then I wanted to test a python script I wrote with python 3, and it threw me an error, because I used an unknown import.
Then I checked the python version and found out I've got Python 2.7.3 installed. I've read about others who want to install python 3, but that it isn't suggested as default version, so I don't want to mess around with different python versions, since I'm new to python.
Then I looked for a 2.7.3 download for Windows, but it suggested me to use a higher 2.7 version, since those include bugfixes.
But why is Python 2.7.3 preinstalled (and doesn't get updated by apt-get update/upgrade)?
How do I upgrade to 2.7.9 (and newer 2.x versions, as soon as they are released), or why shouldn't I?
EDIT: Since Python 3 (3.2.3) is also preinstalled (as I now know), why doesn't it get updated, and how do I update it? (or why shouldn't I)