Posted by Oyya-Info on Monday, June 15, 2009,
Windows 7 makes remote connectivity to corporate networks seamless,
protects data on thumb drives, and offers fewer user account control
prompts to bug users compared to Vista, Microsoft said on Monday.
The software giant began an education blitz about the security features
of the newest version of its operating system at the start of the RSA
2009 security conference.
Windows 7, which was released in public beta in January, will have 29 percent fewer user account control (UAC) prompts ...