Windows 7 More Malware-Resistant than XP?
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Windows 7 is the latest version of Microsoft Windows operating system series. It provides a perfect GUI (Graphical User Interface) to the customers. Windows 7 has inbuilt features to enhance the user’s computing experience.
Windows XP is a Microsoft Windows operating system’s version. It was the successor of Windows ME and Windows 2000. Windows Vista and Windows 7 were Windows XP’s successors. XP symbolizes “Experience”. Windows XP was a whole new experience for Windows 7 users. The GUI (Graphical User Interface) basement for Windows Vista’s and Window 7’s basement was laid in Windows XP.
Though Windows XP was accused for its vulnerability for cyber – crimes it was highly appreciated for its user friendliness. Windows XP has several versions. The two main editions of Windows XP were Windows XP Hoe edition and Windows XP professional.
It is proved that Windows 7 is more malware resistant than Windows XP. It is mentioned in the Microsoft’s security Intelligence Report (Page 8) as “As in previous periods, infection rates for more recently released Microsoft operating systems and service packs are consistently lower than older ones, for both client and server platforms. Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008 R2, the most recently released Windows client and server versions, respectively, have the lowest infection rates.”
It is also said by the Redmond-based software company that the Windows 7’s 64bit version has a feature called as “Kernel Patch protection (KPP)”. This feature safeguards the kernel (The core of an operating system) from being modified by unknown and unauthorized entries. And it is believed that this Kernel patch protection has done a great part in providing this enhanced anti-malware protection.
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