Microserfs, everywhere enjoyed the second largest patch Tuesday of 2007 today (see here also). Some see this as Microsoft not keeping it's promise of higher security for Vista.
Microsoft's August security patches, released today, provide a new chance to assess the company's promise of higher security in Windows Vista. The company released six critical security bulletins, and Windows Vista is among the versions affected by three of them. [RSS Gadgets, Windows Media Player and Virtual Server/VirtualPC have problems]
... Mac and Linux users can commence with the obligatory comments below.
Did anyone really think Vista would be better than any previous version of Windows?