Microsoft Windows Defender (32-bit) 1.1.1593

3.9 out of 5 stars 3.9 (467 votes)

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Windows Server 2003/XP / Freeware / 293,820 downloads

Windows Defender is a security technology that helps protect Windows users from spyware and other potentially unwanted software. Known spyware on your PC can be detected and removed. This helps reduce negative effects caused by spyware including slow PC performance, annoying pop-up ads, unwanted changes to Internet settings, and unauthorized use of your private information. Continuous protection improves Internet browsing safety by guarding over 50 ways spyware can enter your PC.

The worldwide SpyNet community plays a key role in determining which suspicious programs are classified as spyware. Microsoft researchers quickly develop methods to counteract these threats, which are automatically downloaded to your PC, so you stay up-to-date.

Reviews of Microsoft Windows Defender (32-bit)

  1. 4 out of 5 stars
    sheinaya

    Reviewing 1.1.1593 (Jul 21, 2012)

    Cool! but try ca anti virus, for me its the best, real time scanner is very light, unlike other anti-virus makes your PC stuck at 5-10secs.
    I have a copy, license will expire on 2015,
    you can download it here>> ca-anti-virus dot weebly dot com

  2. 3 out of 5 stars

    Reviewing 1.1.1593 (Oct 8, 2008)

    used it for quite a while until i realized that regardless of the order that i ran Windows Defender, Spybot and Arovax, Defender was the only tool that never found anything... :S

  3. 5 out of 5 stars
    Mastertech

    Reviewing 1.1.1593 (Jun 25, 2007)

    Excellent program that works unobtrusively in the background, updates automatically, includes real time protection and is completely free.

  4. 5 out of 5 stars
    caronn

    Reviewing 1.1.1593 (Mar 21, 2007)

    Very good, and well designed for Windows.

  5. 3 out of 5 stars
    theminhb

    Reviewing 1.1.1593 (Mar 17, 2007)

    I used Defender early on in XP, never found one thing. Now 1 1/2 months later in Vista, still the same, never finds anything while Webroots Spysweeper is often triggered. I went to edit a photo using Windows Photo Gallery and immediately Spysweeper prompted me of an embedded trojan, Windows Defender, not a peep. I use Defender for the Software Explorer under Tools. Nice feature, I give it a 3 for that.

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