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In Pictures: Tablets with serious security for bus...
Microsoft announced on Wednesday the consumer preview of Windows 8, and made it available for download. Several new boot features, such as Trusted Boot, Secure Boot and Measure Boot, should prevent malware from hijacking the boot process, and can use the TPM (Trusted Platform Module) chip to ensure a computer's integrity. Performance improvements in BitLocker make hard-drive encryption faster, lessening the impact on productivity. And SmartScreen services make browsing the Web safer by protecting you from phishing and socially engineered malware attacks. You can check out some of these features for yourself by downloading and installing the consumer preview on a current Windows 7 tablet.
In Pictures: Tablets with serious security for business