Microsoft Windows 7 (formerly known as Vienna and Blackcomb) is a complete new version in windows family for use on personal computers, including business PC’s. Windows 7 comes with built-in security features to make the product highly secure & usable.
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What are the 30 Popular Free Security Applications? Security is very important to all computer users. I believe that everyone knows it. Do you know the latest fast-spreading viruses can get into unprotected computer within second?
Ninety percent of smartphone owners will be using their mobile devices for work and personal purposes throughout the holiday season, giving hackers plenty of opportunities to steal personal information and slither their way into enterprise networks.
After a devastating wrong turn with Vista, Microsoft is back on its game with Windows 7. Sure, Windows 7 has annoyances – such as touting attractive features, but making most of them available only to those who pay extra for Enterprise (or Ultimate). But Windows 7 Enterprise delivers a plethora of improvements to justify the cost and pain of migration.
Visiting a secure website that does not have a valid security certificate causes Internet Explorer 7 to display an error message suggesting that the user “close this webpage and do not continue to this Web site.” Find out why this occurs and what to do when you see this warning message.
Take advantage of the available methods that Windows 7 can help keep the PC as safe and secure as possible. This article will discuss the 7 security checklist for Windows 7.
Hello, as you may have noticed upon switching to the Windows 7 platform, an old enemy has been moved up to the new system from vista. Its the User Account Control, and its responsible for those administrative pop-ups asking if you really want to do something.
Microsoft made a number of changes to the security system of Windows 7 as a result of complaints about the security features of Windows Vista, the previous iteration of the Windows operating system.
Windows Vista, released in 2009, was Microsoft’s stepping stone between its Windows XP operating system and Windows 7. Windows 7 improved many of the Vista operating system’s security issues, making it important for Windows Vista owners to continue to stay up-to-date with the latest security resources online.
Network security is a huge piece of the puzzle for computer security. Firewalls, DMZ’s, and data transmission encryption are vital in protecting information but if the human factor isn’t considered, they can all be useless.