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Vista drives Windows market share gains
Computerworld – Framingham,MA,USA
Windows‘ overall gain appeared to come courtesy of a strong showing by Vista, which increased its market share by more than the other editions — notably
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ActiveX bugs pose threat to Vista, Microsoft reports
Computerworld – Framingham,MA,USA
By Gregg Keizer November 3, 2008 (Computerworld) Although computers running Windows Vista are significantly less likely to be infected with attack code than
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October browser share shows Vista up, Mac down
Electronista – Santa Clara,CA,USA
has determined that Windows‘ marketshare rose 0.19 percent to hit 90.46 in October, as a result of a 5.24 percent increase in the use of Windows Vista.
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Microsoft: Data shows Vista more secure than XP – Southborough,MA,USA
The two most commonly exploited vulnerabilities in Windows Vista concerned ActiveX controls that are commonly installed in China, Microsoft said.
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Microsoft fingers Apple and Real for Vista insecurities – UK
Microsoft is about to release its twice-yearly report on security, and according to pre-briefings, the top 10 browser-based exploits for Windows Vista all
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Microsoft pledges to do "a better job" with Windows 7 – United Kingdom
"We certainly got a lot of feedback about Windows Vista," Mr Sinofsky told the Professional Developers Conference in Los Angeles, listing comments from the
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Vulnerabilities Fade From the Threat Foreground
eWeek – New York, NY
Only one Microsoft vulnerability in the list that affects Windows Vista, at 1.1% of collected samples, is MS07-017 (Vulnerabilities in GDI Could Allow
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November 3rd, 2008
The infection rate for Windows Vista is lower than Windows XP at any service pack level. Vista 64-bit infection rates are lower than the 32-bit versions.
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On Security, Microsoft Reports Progress and Alarm
New York Times – United States
The company said improvements in security for its Windows Vista operating system and security updates to the previous Windows XP system had made such
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Google Blogs Alert for: windows vista

Microsoft SIRv5 Released
By windowsvistasecurity
Microsoft vulnerabilities accounted for 42% of the total vulnerabilities on Windows XP for browser based attacks; however, on Windows Vista-based machines the proportion of vulnerabilities attacked in Microsoft software dropped to just
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Microsoft’s Windows Vista Certification Exams
By Ed Tittel
Despite all the recent news and hoopla about Windows Vista’s failure in the enterprise marketplace, it’s by no means the case that the response to Microsoft’s Windows Vista related certification exams has been completely nugatory.
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Windows Networking from Windows Vista to Windows 7
By frankps
Networking with Windows Vista. Vista has been the most significant investment in networking since Windows 95, and has brought us easier connectivity, especially wireless reliability. Just upgrading client PCs to Microsoft’ Vista
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Will Windows 7 be more successful than Windows Vista?
By phoenxsoftware
Conclusion : The chance is big that Windows 7 will be one of the biggest hyped Windows releases. As long as the jealousy of users who can’t immediately upgrade (as seen with Vista) and the comparison with Windows Vista isn’t too big to
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Try Windows Vista Online in your Web Browser Without Downloading
By limpin.abram
If you want to run Windows Vista on your computer without disturbing the existing setup, the best option for you is to download a free copy of Virtual PC and install the associated Vista virtual image. Now if that sounds a bit complex,
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