Vista’s security: incompatible with humans

Thursday, 12 October 2006, 8:29 AM EST

With Windows XP service pack 1 having now gone gold (thank you, I’ll be here all week), Microsoft is ramping up focus on its new glass-flavoured-jellybean operating system.

There is a significant problem with Vista, however. More specifically, one of its features will spawn a whole new generation of what I call zombie clickers.

At APC Start.

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