Linked by Thom Holwerda on Tue 25th Aug 2009 21:56 UTC
Mac OS X With Apple's Mac OS X 10.6 Snow Leopard operating system arriving on people's doorsteps over the coming weekend, you'd think that all the new features are known by now, and there will be no more major surprises. Well, that's not entirely true: on Intego's Mac Security Blog, it is reported that Snow Leopard comes with anti-virus/malware functionality built-in. Update: Snow Leopard testers on MacRumors confirmed the functionality. How, exactly, it works, is not yet known, however.
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RE[4]: Comment by haus
by vikramsharma on Wed 26th Aug 2009 17:27 UTC in reply to "RE[3]: Comment by haus"
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Vista was hated for its UAC, Vista had proved to be less prone to virus attacks. I am handling about 120-130 laptops in my office all of them running Vista, there have only a few (minor) virus attack complaints, also the Vista 64 bit version has proved to be even better. Vista has been my favorite Microsoft OS till now, adding network devices is easy, is much more secure that Windows Xp and Vista is anyday nore stable than Windows Xp. I am not a Microsoft fanboi, use Linux at office and Mac at home, but there is no denying that Vista (Windows 7 as I have heard) are step in the right direction for Microsoft.

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