29 May 2020

Windows Defender the native Windows 10 antivirus

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Windows Defender isn’t only the native Windows 10 antivirus protection system, but also one of the most advanced security solutions out there. reports citing Softpedia that the latest antivirus tests are pretty much the living proof, as Windows Defender’s performance was on par with what you typically get from leading vendors in the security software market.

Like third-party security products, Windows Defender receives definition updates on a regular basis, and because it’s integrated into Windows, it relies on the Windows Update system for the whole thing.

When this happens, one of the most important things to do in order to fix the broken antivirus is to determine the versions of the AntiMalware engine and Security Intelligence. With Microsoft not making it easy to undo botched updates, the company pretty much forces the majority of users to wait for the company to release a fix – truth be told, every time such an incident occurred, Microsoft was really fast in delivering a patch.

But as some of our readers told me recently, determining the version of Windows Defender isn’t really an easy business.

First and foremost, to determine the version of the antimalware engine, you need to go to the following path:

2019.09.19 / 17:38
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