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Windows 7 security primer, part two.
Application compatibility is one of the most difficult obstacles users face when migrating from Windows XP to Windows 7. Fortunately, Microsoft offers some solutions, including XP Mode. This week, as part of my continuing series about major security changes in Windows 7, I'll focus on XP mode.
I should add that I'd planned on discussing both XP Mode and AppLocker this week but didn't want to skimp on either by cramming both into a single post. Thus, I'll discuss the latter next week. Also, as I noted in part one, I'm a full-time Microsoft employee.
Windows 7 security primer, part two | Security Central - InfoWorld
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