Linked by Thom Holwerda on Tue 17th Jul 2007 14:38 UTC, submitted by mikemuch
Windows "Way back in November 2006, when Windows Vista went from beta to RTM, Microsoft's Jim Allchin suggested that users might not need an antivirus program, thanks to the new OS's stronger security features. While the statement was subsequently clarified until it lost all its meaning, the question remains: Do Vista users really need an antivirus program running in the background at all times?"
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RE[2]: Nice article
by PJBonoVox on Wed 18th Jul 2007 12:14 UTC in reply to "RE: Nice article"
PJBonoVox
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2006-08-14

I agree with a lot of what you say, but be careful who you call 'we'. I was much happier when only geeks (generally speaking) used computers, and I'm certainly not guilty of pedalling the computer life to non-geeks. I'm not being elitist, it was just 'better times' back then.

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