Vista 'most secure ever' - Gates

Tuesday, 30 January 2007, 6:00 PM EST

Windows Vista is "dramatically more secure than any other operating system released", Microsoft founder Bill Gates has told BBC News.

Mr Gates said the security features in the new operating system were reason enough to upgrade from Windows XP. Microsoft launched Vista in London, with more than 100m computers predicted to be using it within 12 months.

At the BBC.

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