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What are the arguments to make Windows security better?
There is a good discussion on a related question about why file permissions should not be inherited from parent to children. (Citing Ingo Rarauch)
This is useful information, but I think the next step is to come up with things you can do to help protect windows security.
One example is information in @Paul White's answer to another question.
But is there a place to suggest improvements like this to Microsoft? Are there any relevant online places where ideas can be expressed and discussed?
The target should be the User. Any software should be installed with UAC enabled and in a per-user context. This would be the first improvement to Windows security as a whole.
Any interface should also require multi-factor authentication. I would suggest a PIN, a randomly generated, time-based token, or the PIN plus biometric authentication. Anyone who has physical access to your computer will always be able to turn it off. PINs only require you to remember the password. Passwords are a poor way to protect your computer.
This is about the UI. Correct use of the CLI is the other obvious area. You should never require administrative privileges to install software. It's easy to install software. It's not that hard to protect the permissions set on the files the installation placed.
I would suggest that Windows employ the same security policy as Internet Explorer 6.0. The risk of network browsing is high and, therefore, sites are checked to prevent malicious or out of date code from being executed.
I have to admit that I'm ignorant of the technical details of Windows security, but a big point in my mind is that the owner of the computer should be in charge of who gains access to it. In other words, everyone should have the authority to get to the computer and every application should be administered by the user, rather than the administrator.
That way, if the administrator gets locked out, then the user can still do what the administrator was doing. This is a big change in the 0b46394aab