Antivirus in Windows 8

rd party security programs would have picked up. If Defender only offers an okay package this could actually be dangerous for users. Many less ‘tech savvy’ users will figure that they have protection so why pay for anything else, and yet if Defender doesn’t catch malware/spyware as good as competitor software these users could be putting themselves and their data at serious risk. For now Defender is looking to be an okay piece of software, but its still fairly early. Microsoft could put more effort behind the software and really give us a great free alternative, or it could be we will just stick to 3rd party security options. I guess having slightly less capable virus protection is still a lot better than having none at all. So what do you think? Are you glad that Microsoft is including anti-virus in its newest version of Windows? Will you likely use the free service or a 3rd party tool? Let me know what you think below.]]>

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