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Microsoft wants you to know just how secure Windows 10 is

We live in a world where independent and state-backed cyber attacks against corporations are happening on a regular basis, and because of that, digital security is more important now than ever before. In an effort to capitalize on the ever present threat of cyber attacks, Microsoft has launched a new website that explains how Window 10 is its most-secure operating system ever, and encourages business owners to begin adopting it. It’s important that Microsoft find new ways to convince business to upgrade to Windows 10, because they tend to be much slower than regular consumers when it comes to adopting new operating systems. 

Microsoft has launched a new website which shows off how secure its latest operating system is when it comes to businesses. Of course, this is hardly a surprising development as Microsoft is busy trying to push Windows 10 in any way it can, to consumers and businesses – although the latter are slower to adopt a new OS by their very nature. At any rate, Microsoft wants to convince business users that Windows 10 is the company’s most secure operating system ever, from its core design and architecture to the various features Redmond has introduced to the OS. And it’s the latter which the new site is mostly highlighting. That includes the obvious stuff such that you’ve almost certainly already seen such as Windows Hello which offers a range of biometric logins, along with elements like UEFI Secure Boot, TPM, and virtualisation. On the threat resistance front, Microsoft underlines the strength of its SmartScreen web filter for safe browsing, which uses the same cloud-based intelligence as Office 365’s Advanced Threat Protection that helps to keep inboxes free from malware, phishing and other nastiness. The company also notes that Device Guard provides “the most advanced zero-day and app control capabilities that Windows has ever offered”, working alongside traditional anti-malware software.

 

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