Is Windows Security okay or no?  

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    It was actually designed for use by people with just basic computer knowledge, its no harder to configure than Defender. There are 3 settings Default, High and Max, all the other settings are manipulated by what setting you choose, basically do not touch the other settings. If something breaks you just click on Default which resets all your settings back to the default Defender settings. Of course if you start playing with the settings you may have an issue but thats the same for most malware programs. This kicks up Defenders protection level a notch or two. Here is a link to the developers thread.

    Q&A - ConfigureDefender utility for Windows 10 | MalwareTips Community
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    Multi-boot Windows 10/11 - RTM, RP, Beta, and Insider

    sygnus21 said:
    As I said posting something they don't understand. Basically "somebody" said do this so that's what you do. Fixed
    I'm agreeing with you, wholeheartedly. Was a rhetorical question, so my "uuhhhhhh" response". I agree.
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    f14tomcat said:
    Was a rhetorical question, so my "uuhhhhhh" response". I agree.
    I know. I got it
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    Windows 10 21H2
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    Bertazzone said:
    A simple way to get the most out of Windows Defender is to use ConfigureDefender. It's a GUI application to enable Windows Defender's advanced settings, e.g. Attack Surface Reduction rules, increased cloud protection, etc. See it here: GitHub - AndyFul/ConfigureDefender: Utility for configuring Windows 10 built-in Defender antivirus settings..
    Thanks, D/Led and set mine on HIGH
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    Windows 10 Pro

    Frabnkhs said:
    Thanks, D/Led and set mine on HIGH

    You're welcome!
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