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Windows upgrade tightens security

Long-awaited Vista also eases access to files and media

By Keith Reed
Globe Staff / January 5, 2006

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Windows Vista, the long-awaited upgrade to Microsoft's popular operating system, promises more security than previous editions and allows easier access to files, programs, and media stored on computers running it, according to an insider who has tested several early versions of the system. (Full article: 553 words)

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