Antivirus Microsoft Windows 8
As you may know, Windows 8 is built with antivirus. I'm pretty sure that many of these antivirus have been confronted before, in their own lives, he was called Microsoft Security Essentials, and he had some knowledge. The interface leaves no doubt that it's him - both programmes look identical.
It is called the Windows Protector, or the English Windows Defender. There is a lot of opinions on this decision on the Internet, the most controversial. So what's he really like? Good or bad?
While many are interested in simpler questions, we will begin with them. So...
Where is he?
Where we're cleared. The next question that you can hear quite often is how to turn it on or off. Basically, turn it on. And he's interested mainly in the owners of newly acquired computers, which originally provided an induction version of any other antivirus. After the removal of the eyebrow and the attempt to spin the stick of the " protector " , he was dismayed that " Windows Defender ' s Program is not running computer surveillance " .
So how do you turn on Widows Defender?
Push, and there's a window, like on the screenboard below:
In fact, that's where you can turn it on. Like I think you'll figure it out without me. And we're moving on and moving on to the most virtuous question.
How well protected is built Windows 8?
How much? Well, for starters, if you have a desire to dig, I'll send you to the antivirus section. I'll tell you that 100 per cent of the defense will not provide you with any antivirus, but it's hard to really assess the quality of this product. So, frankly, those who write that a built-in antivirus doesn't protect well--- their opinion is taken from the ceiling, and there's no way he can corroborate. And if they can, it'll be a private case that has very little impact on the picture as a whole.
Is there a professional opinion on this? This is what I suggest we go to experts with a known resource, Virus Bulletin. What do we see? We see that Microsoft Security Essentials is a strong middle-level fighter. He's not that bad.
As a matter of fact, if you don't put tons of stuff on the grid and have no habit of hitting your computer with a flash drive that's been to several Internet café and computer class at the WWZ, you're gonna have enough of that antivirus.