The upcoming Windows 10 will feature ransomware protection, enabling operating users to back up to the cloud via OneDrive directly through the operating system.
Ransomware is one of the most significant threats on the Internet right now, and Microsoft is reportedly pushing ahead with the adoption of the latest version of Windows 10 that will enable this feature.
A Publication by HTNovo reveals that the company is promoting Windows security alerts to highlight the importance of ransomware protection in Windows 10, recommending users to enable the feature from Settings.
A security alert appears in the Windows Security Center (in the upcoming version will be called Windows Security) when the application opens. The alert suggests that users configure OneDrive to automatically back up some files as protection from ransomware.
This the feature is not new, since it was originally added in Windows 10 April 2018 that was released earlier this year. But it seems Microsoft is waiting for more users to try it in the upcoming Window 10 October 2018 Update.
The update will probably be released publicly this week. For those of you who are interested in an immediate update, read the publication: