Microsoft Unveils OneCare Anti virus For Vista
Microsoft on Monday released a new beta for its Windows Live OneCare security service, marking the first time that the anti virus software runs on Windows Vista.
Windows Live OneCare Beta 1.5, which can be downloaded and used free of charge, is available in 17 localized editions for countries that include the U.S., Australia, Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, Korea, Mexico, Spain, Switzerland, and the U.K. Earlier editions were for U.S. customers only.
Other improvements and additions to 1.5, said a company spokesman, include tighter integration with Microsoft's Windows Defender anti-spyware software, more back-up options (to USB-connected hardware and PCs on the local network), and support for Windows Vista RC1 (build 5500 or later, specifically). Microsoft Unveils OneCare Anti-virus For Vista - Security Technology News by TechWeb
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