New context menu option added for Windows Defender
Microsoft has added plenty of improvements in Threshold 2, and one of them is supposed to help users quickly scan files with Windows Defender should they want to stick to this security app and avoid getting a third-party solution.
Windows Defender is the default security product that's pre-installed in Windows 10, and since many are actually relying on it to keep their computers secure, Microsoft has decided to make it easier for users to scan their files.
So after updating to Threshold 2, there's a new option in the context menu that makes it possible to quickly scan a specific file or folder with Windows Defender. As WinSuperSite writes, just right-click a file, and there's an option saying “Scan with Windows Defender.