Computer users have been pointing the finger at Microsoft for leaving so many openings in its products for spyware and other nasties. It is therefore good to see this company responding so positively with the first release of Microsoft Windows AntiSpyware.
You can now download this free utility in a fairly stable beta version. In fact, Microsoft has done what Sage and most other big software houses do when looking for a quick solution - it has bought up an existing product, in this case GIANT AntiSpyware.
Although GIANT supported earlier operating systems, Microsoft's version runs only on Internet Explorer 6.0 or higher and Microsoft Windows 2000, Windows XP, or Windows Server 2003.
Having run half a dozen different spyware programs myself, I was delighted to find that the Microsoft program w...