Windows 10: Windows defender
IS WINDOW DEFENDER enough for new update from win7.should i put more in it?
It should be enough but you may want to add extra layers of protection (Malwarebytes Anti-Exploit; some form of antiransomware) and, of course, follow healthy procedures when browsing the web, do not open unknown weird emails, etc...
PS - In fact, and despite what some people/sites might claim, WD has gone a long way since its MSE incarnation days. It's actually quite good and really free. Lightweight for the system too.
I have just removed my 3rd party Firewall and Anti Virus, now using Windows 10 Firewall and Defender but I did run into a small problem that can be simply rectified. Each time I ran CCleaner Windows Defender told me I needed to run a scan >
Cant seem to activate Windows Defender (also).
Does Bit Defender prohibit Windows Defender from being activated ?
Any idea why I can't activate ?
Assuming I can, somehow, do I want both ?
How can I reinstate Windows Defender,which is now closed down,by removing McAvee security even though the icon is missing.
I have MCAfee security suite through Windstream. It has good spyware protection, but it don't protect against malware. I thought I would try Windows Defender because it does both, but I don't know how to turn off the MCAfee spyware part and turn on...
I'm having problems with this, too. Or rather I'm worried I may not be protected. I downloaded Windows 10 yesterday. When I go into programs, I don't see Windows Defender in there. Why not? Shouldn't it be there?
I've been reading on the net...