One of the biggest selling points for Windows Vista was the fact that it would be dramatically more secure then Windows XP, and for this reason, all users should look towards making the move to the new operating system. Now that Vista has been out for a few days and people have had time to play with it, it seems Windows Vista may not be as secure as advertised.
It's fair to scrutinize a new product and Windows Vista is no exception but lets remember, the reason Microsoft includes a updating utility is so these issues can be addressed in the future. Lets remember our good friend Windows XP and how it took two service packs to reach the security levels it has now.
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