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Windows Operating System (WinOS) emerged in the market for the past few decades to provide the solution for various platforms that range from desktop computer, server to sophisticated computing systems such as grid computer. The evolution of the design of operating systems continues to fulfill the needs of diverse applications that run on various platforms or hardware. Recently, a new element was introduced to provide trust enhancement on platforms using Trusted Computing. In this paper, we discuss an implementation of Trusted Computing in providing a mechanism to check whether hardware, software or application running on a platform "behaves as expected" without need for further validation. We further propose a new Integrity Verification Architecture (IVA) based Security Framework to protect user data privacy. Our proposed security framework focuses on providing platform integrity verification and self-healing in Windows Operating Systems via IVA.