The test version of Microsoft security tutorials, free programs, viruses, and the fight against Spyware is now available for download. Applications, previously codenamed Chamorro replaced by Windows Live OneCare and the usual rogue fighting 'Gallery of PC threats, including worms, Trojans and other trouble-maker.
Security operates on the basis of the Windows XP, Vista system, or Windows 7 (or the candidate beta version), but also a very good Anti-Malware program should do. It will automatically download virus and Spyware definitions; to provide real-time protection, scanning, downloading and accessories, and look forward to in the documents and procedures for suspicious activities; and run unattended in a scan, best suited to your computer.
The program interface is clean and does not pose a threat to users who do not know from the root canal Rootkit. Home Essentials as a result of the security screen below, the green icon shows that you are protected.
Red and orange icon means trouble, for example, if real-time protection is turned off. Although this type of visual report is a common Anti-Malware application, Microsoft's presentation is jargon free and easy to follow. In contrast, the profile of the screen here AVG Anti-Virus Free Edition.
Security Essentials settings tab provides quick access to advanced tools, users may re-power. For example- the ability to scan removable devices such as USB flash drives, a feature is turned off by default. You can schedule scans too.
I just downloaded this morning, safety and installation of the rolling operation of Toshiba notebook computers Windows XP. So far, I do not see a big drag on the performance of the system, the problem I have encountered over the past few years bloated Norton Security Suite and McAfee. (I note the Toshiba 512MB memory; a security basic minimum memory requirement of the XP is 256).
Essentials in the security scanning system, Microsoft Word 2007 in the 14 seconds load, 3 seconds longer than normal. Of course, the true value of security applications on its fighting malicious software skills, and PC World will publish a detailed review of safety at Microsoft in the near future. This free program how to how to do? There are grounds for optimism here, as Microsoft has recently received praise from the same experts who disdain its security efforts in the past.