If you want to be VERY secure in your computing experience, Windows Vista, coming out to consumers at the end of January is going to help.
It won’t let you install any program, writes business week, without explicit permission. Of course you can disable this “feature”.
Business Week writes All operating systems have security holes, and Vista will be no exception: One potential vulnerability has already been identified by security experts. The difference is that the holes in Vista should be much harder for the bad guys to exploit, compared with earlier versions of Windows.
Most of you won’t be upgrading your current computers to Windows Vista, but will stick to XP and 2000. Can you make your existing computer very secure. Install a software firewall which will keep watch over just about every aspect of your computer.
Windows Vista is going to be bring many changes which might be uncomfortable for many to deal with – but make a more secure environment.
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