Note: This is one in a series of blogs looking at Windows Vista on the first anniversary of its consumer launch.
Microsoft took Windows Vista in for a one-year security checkup and came back with, if not a completely clean bill of health, at least signs that the infant is healthier than most babies.
According to the report, Microsoft issued 17 security updates fixing 36 vulnerabilities in Vista in the 12 months following its commercial launch in November 2006. By comparison, the company issued 30 security updates encompassing 65 vulnerabilities in XP's first year.
The report's author, Microsoft'… Read more