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While that is true, the default Windows config doesn't allow for remote exploitation. A user/admin would need to deliberately open up a system to be vulnerable, which no one is foolish/stupid enough to do, effectively making physical access a requirement.
If that were true, things like privilege escalation exploits wouldn't exists. The truth is, if someone wants your data, they will get it. No matter where it is. At home, a data center, your phone. The web is fundamentally insecure.
The security that most of us have is that we are simply not interesting enough or profitable enough to target as individuals. That is why corporations and data centers are the target. You can bury your head in the sand all you want but it doesn't change anything.