Microsoft today updated blog post announced that Windows Defender Security Center will be with Windows 10 Creators Update in April this year on the line. The purpose of the Security Center is to make it easier for consumers to view and control security protection options. In addition, the Security Center will also provide the following:
Virus and Threat Protection:
Whether consumers use Windows Defender's free antivirus software, Windows Defender, or any antivirus product from Microsoft's ecosystem partners, Windows 10 provides a new antivirus protection view with Virus & Threat Protection. If you choose Windows Defender as your antivirus software, the interface will display the scan results and threat history; In addition, through this interface, users can directly start a third-party anti-virus protection applications.
Equipment performance and health:
Here, users can view the latest installation of Windows updates, drivers, battery life and storage status, and so on. In addition, users can use the Refresh Windows feature to reinstall the Windows system. This option preserves your private files and certain Windows settings, removing most applications and improving performance.
Firewall and network protection:
All information about the network connection, as well as the currently active Windows Firewall settings, and a link to the network troubleshooting information are provided here.
Application and browser control:
This allows users to adjust the SmartScreen settings to help you gain more information by ensuring that your malware sites are downloaded from the network and unrecognized applications and files are warned.
Home Control Options:
Here you can more easily connect to the home option. This page provides links to parental controls that help parents set up computer time, report online activity, manage app purchases and game controls, and more. In addition, the health and safety of the current home device can be observed.