Microsoft Defender Shuts down in Home and Pro versions

Microsoft seems to have removed one in the registry that disables it . Η εταιρεία συνεχίζει να παρέχει την επιλογή απενεργοποίησης μέσω του Group Policy, αλλά η επιλογή για τους απλούς χρήστες των σταμάτησε να υπάρχει (εκδόσεις Home και Pro).

The Windows Defender is the default antivirus application that comes with Windows 10. Earlier versions of Windows such as Windows 8.1, Windows 8, Windows 7 and Vista also had it, but in the past it was not as effective as it only scanned for spyware and adware .

In Windows 8 and Windows 10, Defender has started to rely on Microsoft Security Essentials and has since offered better protection against all types of malware. Microsoft renamed the application to Microsoft Defender.

Το DisableAntiSpyware ήταν μια ειδική επιλογή στο (μητρώο) και μπορούσε να χρησιμοποιηθεί για την απενεργοποίηση του Defender. Ήταν διαθέσιμη σε όλες τις εκδόσεις των Windows 10, ακόμα και στις Home και Pro. Όπως φαίνεται λοιπόν, η εταιρεία το αλλάζει αυτό.

This setting is disabled and will be ignored in , από την ενημέρωση Αυγούστου του 2020, ή στην έκδοση 4.18.2007.8 του Microsoft Defender .

Advanced users and administrators can use Group Policy and other related options to turn off Defender.

Note that Microsoft's move indicates that it does not want you to disable Windows security software. Until now, if you install any other security software, Microsoft Defender Antivirus is automatically disabled by third-party software.

That might change next time , καθώς η Microsoft μπορεί να προσθέσει περισσότερους περιορισμούς (αν δεν διαμαρτυρηθούν οι μεγάλες εταιρείες που αναπτύσσουν λογισμικό ασφαλείας). The Best Technology Site in Greecefgns

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