Burglar-proof Windows?

Thursday, 11 January 2007, 10:30 AM EST

The Microsoft marketing hoopla set off by the Jan. 30 launch of Windows Vista will focus on the software's spiffy new look and enhancements such as greatly improved search abilities. But the really important changes, mostly hidden, aim to improve Windows' leaky security. What you see of this may be annoying, but trust me, it's good for you.

At BusinessWeek.

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