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More Secure at Install

One of the areas where Mac OS X excels is by being relatively secure following a new installation. No remote access services are started by default. A user must actively enable each file sharing or other remote access service or launch an application. This contrasts to most Windows releases, which have a much higher degree of risk when first installed.

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