Vista vs. viruses

Wednesday, 31 January 2007, 12:44 PM EST

Microsoft’s latest development, Windows Vista, is positioned as a system with enhanced security. The official release data is scheduled for 30th January 2007. However, questions as to how realistic the claims of enhanced security are were being raised by the computing community long before a beta version was made available for download.

What exactly are the functions which are designed to offer the user security? And how effective will they really be? Is it true that once Vista is released an antivirus won’t be necessary? This article is designed to address some of these issues.

At VirusList.com.

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