This contribution should:
(1) OpsReal-time protection" (Figure 1 in Figure 1) put a box opposite the description of the real-time (recommendable) parameters. " Real-time protection allows PK users (Personal Computer) to receive warnings in cases where harmful or potentially undesirable programmes will attempt to identify or launch themselves on the computer.
(2) The " Excepted files or locations " (Figure 2 in Figure 1) should not contain any exceptions. The fact is, if there are any exceptions, the Windows Protector will not control the situation in these deleted files or at their deleted locations. But, as we know, the cherished god will be. Don't make exceptions.
Why do they even need these exceptions? Situations are different. Personally, I met a computer user who, in a direct sense, collected viruses on his PC. The detected viruses he put in a special folder. Why? Who knows him? But in this case, this folder would have to be marked as an exception to the antivirus, Protector Windows 8. Otherwise, first check computers on viruses and spies, all collection viruses would be detected and isolated or removed from the PK.
(3) There should also be no exceptions in the " Excepted types of files " (figure 3 in figure 1). Why exclude some types of files? For example, by excluding expansion of .doc.docx.rtf.txt, we will allow the antivirus not to check the files created by Microsoft Word. So the antivirus wouldn't check them, and it would make the computer check faster by missing the deleted files.
But I prefer to check all types of files, because modern software allows for the active exchange of data from different types between themselves through the exchange buffer. And then there can be pictures inside .doc and .docx. .jpeg, slides .ppt and .pptx and a lot of other. Why risk it? Let the antivirus check all types of files without exception.