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The new numbers suggest malware threats on Microsoft are up 43% this year. If this trend continues, maybe people will pay more attention to this. It should already be cumbersome that Windows machines already have a need to keep anti-virus software running, which is a major drag on performance.
Google Chrome Beta 3 is out now, which is now even faster than Beta2. Meanwhile, Firefox has revamped it’s engine for newer speeds. This has really been coming fast since Chrome is out. One thing that has to be given attention – how quickly Google has made a name for it’s browser.
eWeek interviewed Ray Ozzie about his thoughts about Microsoft and Open Source. On one hand, they have embraced open source more than I ever thought they would, on the other hand, they remain evil and clueless about the benefits of open source.