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InformationWeek, By Alexander Wolfe
Re: the security, my ongoing experience with Vista as well as with the Windows 7 beta tells me that the charge of poor security is a red herring as far as Microsoft operating systems are concerned. If you're using Vista, and you keep it updated, you can be pretty confident you're protected. I'd add the caveats that a) you should also use a security program such as those offered by Trend Micro, Symantec, Kaspersky, or McAfee, and b) you should turn off Windows Update and install Microsoft's security upgrades on your own schedule, so you don't get caught with your machine rebooting in the middle of preparing an important PowerPoint for work. Read more...
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