Windows Vista Focuses on Security
Microsoft has unveiled a new Community Technology Preview of its forthcoming Windows Vista operating system.
The release includes enhancements to security, performance and the user interface, claimed Shanen Boettcher, a senior director with Microsoft’s Windows Client Group, in a conference call with reporters.
The preview includes an updated version of Windows Defender, formerly known as Windows AntiSpyware, offering better detection and removal of spyware and malware and an improved user interface.
It will also run on a standard user account in Windows rather than requiring access in administrator mode.