wich one is the best ?

Posted on 2004-04-18
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Last Modified: 2010-04-11
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by:Tim Holman
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From a security perspective, the best laptop is one that is locked in a cabinet, in a secure room.

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malir earned 80 total points
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Accoring to Security perspective: buy a laptop according to your needs, check your labtop's consfiguration before buying and make sure you have right operating systrem, such as windows 2000 professional or any NT/2k versions, coz these are the Os that have such blocking cabalities whiich you will require from security perspective( error loging, latest capaiiest of downloading softwares and enabling/disabling appz, etc... ). Don't use windows 98/me/ OS.

as soon as you buy labtop/New OS, Download two things

1) Virus Scanner  - Mcfee or symentic or any good ones
2) Firewall --    

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