moderated Re: Antivirus software.
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I don’t know about “most accessible”, as I haven’t been comparing security software for accessibility, but it is highly accessible.
Note also that Microsoft has strengthened Windows Defender over time. For example, in Windows 2004, there is now an option to block “potentially unwanted applications” that may not be malware as such, but which have effects that you probably don’t want or don’t intend. Another Windows 10 release (I can’t remember whether it was 1903 or 1909) added “tamper protection” to Windows Defender, which you also need to turn on in Windows Security.
From: email@example.com <firstname.lastname@example.org> On Behalf Of david Jennette
Sent: Saturday, June 6, 2020 6:37 PM
Subject: Antivirus software.
Hi. I’ve asked this a few years ago but I figured it’s time to ask again do to things changing. I’m wondering if Windows defender is still the most accessible antivirus software or if there are others now that work well with Jaws. Thanks.