How to make Windows Defender active?

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Hello! all,

I have a problem with Windows Defender. How do I activate it, because windows defender does not want an active, after notice sent activate. Then I switch the appropriate instruction and remain active as well. Then I downloaded from the Microsoft site, after the download it remains inactive as well. Someone please help me?

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Answered By 0 points N/A #84795

How to make Windows Defender active?

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Katherine,

Windows Defender is a spyware detection and removal software offered by Microsoft for all versions of genuine copies Windows Vista and Windows Seven. It’s also available for genuine copies of Windows XP SP2, SP3 or Windows Server 2003 SP1 or later. So if you are using windows Vista or later version you already got it. If you have installed Antivirus software, Windows Defender might be turned off. To ensure Windows Defender is on which state click Start -> Type Windows Defender in the search box.

Incase it’s turned off you can turn it back by clicking ‘Turn on and open Windows Defender’. When you use it with Antivirus software like (Microsoft Security Essentials, Norton Antivirus & etc) other problems may occur due to conflicts of two services and even performance degradation of your PC.

Answered By 0 points N/A #84796

How to make Windows Defender active?

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Hello! Katherine91,

For your problem on how to activate Windows Defender!

Hope this can help you.

  • Click on the Start Button,
  • Click the Circular Icon from the Bottom Left
  • From the Right Panel, click Control Panel
  • From the Left Panel, Click Classic View
  • Scholl all the way down until you find the Windows Defender icon,
  • Right click on the icon,click OPEN Top,
  • Click Tools, Option and Check mark necessary boxes


So that all the steps you want to active the Windows Defender.

Answered By 20 points N/A #84797

How to make Windows Defender active?

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I simply had to appreciate you again.. Thanks

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