Ten ways improve Vista’s security

August 20, 2008 – 5:59 AM

Although Windows XP was Microsoft’s preferred desktop operating system for an unprecedented length of time, it became something of a PR nightmare for the software giant. Windows XP is full of security holes and is very easy to compromise. When Microsoft created Windows Vista, its primary goal was to address all of the security problems that have been plaguing Windows XP for so many years.

Although Windows Vista security is far stronger than that of Windows XP, even running an out-of-the-box configuration, you need to know how to use some of the new security features in order to get the most out of the OS. This list of the top Vista security tips can help you run a truly secure Vista installation.


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