Vista security: A close look

Tuesday, 26 December 2006, 8:37 AM EST

In last week's column about Windows users becoming increasingly disenchanted with Microsoft because of security issues, I suggested that the improvements in Windows Vista may have come too late and may not be enough.

Will users who are frustrated with viruses and other malware be willing to trust Microsoft one more time with a significant investment in another version of Windows? It's a case of Microsoft saying, "Trust us, really, we got it right this time. Honest."

At Chron.

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