While the final version of Windows 10 won't be launched for at least several months, Microsoft already has plans to offer users a ton of security improvements for the operating system. Today, the company outlined some of those planned features in a lengthy blog post.
One of the new improvements will help better protect users from identity theft when using Windows 10-based devices. Microsoft says:
Microsoft says they also hope to prevent attacks on user access tokens in Windows 10 "with an architectural solution that stores user access tokens within a secure container running on top of Hyper-V technology."
In terms of protecting information and data, Microsoft says:
Microsoft also wants to protect users from malware via downloaded apps. It states:
There's a lot more detail about what Microsoft has planned for security improvements in Windows 10 in the blog post. Do you think these measures will make using the OS safer when it launches?
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