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Want Better Security? Get Windows 8
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9/25/2012 | 7:41:37 AM
re: Want Better Security? Get Windows 8
"The new OS and Internet Explorer 10 protect applications and limit the fallout of exploits." - As can be clearly seen by the security patches already available for the OS that isn't even available for the general public.

And why the heck do you make people download an entire digital issue just to read the rest of one article?


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