Vista, not improving security?

Monday, 28 August 2006, 12:49 PM EST

Longtime reader and correspondent Phil Daley, a developer for a software vendor, dropped me a line saying he's three weeks into a four-week project to evaluate one of his company's products on Windows Vista. The goal is to identify any problems and recommend changes and fixes.

Daley tells me his company has a dozen install issues, but they're somebody else's problem. On the other hand, he has just found one command (out of 140) that crashes in Vista but not in XP.

At Network World.

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