> Rule one of computer security - if somebody can get physical access
> to a computer, it's not secure.
> > [Can one do anything similar under Windows?]
>> Every user under Windows by default is superuser equivalent -
> no need
> even to reboot. AIUI Microsoft's new offering may have addressed
> that, though I thought I read somewhere that users are still made
> administrator by default.
This has indeed changed with vista, although it's the bloatiest doze
Check out any demo machines around, they tend to have 3GB RAM installed.
I still won't be buying it, unless I get "double-double" RAM for free
with the box.
And you know that will come to good use for xen ;-0
Speaking of xen, I am mightily impressed with the speed of it. I have a
SLES10 box running xen running XP,
And the speed of its response to clicks etc is almost like a local
machine. That's really cool.
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