VB100 on Windows Vista Business Edition SP2 x32

2009-08-01

John Hawes

Virus Bulletin
Editor: Helen Martin

Abstract

This month VB's test team put 35 products through their paces on Windows Vista. After sifting through product freezes, crashes, hangs, logging difficulties and false positives, John Hawes reveals the full results.


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