In its first introduction to Microsoft's new operating system, Kaspersky Lab has announced support for Windows Vista in its Anti-Virus 6.0 and Internet Security 6.0 personal software products. Kaspersky today introduced the beta version of Maintenance Pack 2 for the two software titles, which were first made available for older OS platforms in May. The add-on enables full support for Vista, which Microsoft released for business customers last month and will be available for consumers on January 30. Kaspersky does not have an official date for the release of the new maintenance pack, but the beta version is available for all users as a free download over Here. I am not a big fan of Kaspersky anti-virus. But hey, anything to improve Windows right?