TechRepublic Power Checklist: Securing Windows XP
August 28, 2006
If you have just finished installing Windows XP and you think the work is done, you're wrong. Some of the most important steps to getting Windows XP up and running come after the installation of the operating system. At this point, you need to make specific configuration changes and install additional software to ensure that your computer is secure.
With its default configurations, Windows XP is not very secure. But by making the recommended changes in this checklist, you can secure your system and data from attackers and viruses.
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