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Does Windows 10 Deserve a More Powerful Anti-Virus...
Windows Defender is the built-in Windows 8.1 anti-virus and anti-spyware solution, and chances are that it’s going to be the default security app in Windows 10 as well.
While this decision pretty much makes sense since users do need basic protection on their computers, there’s a debate online on whether the company should actually make Windows Defender better or bundle a different anti-virus solution on Windows.
The second scenario is practically impossible since third-party software in Windows isn’t really the kind of thing that pleases Microsoft for many reasons, but improving Windows Defender is surely a project that can be done with Redmond’s resources.
Windows is at this point the most targeted platform by hackers and cybercriminals online, so it’s easy to see why users expect Microsoft to offer a protection solution in this regard.