Windows Defender is an inbuilt antivirus software for Microsoft Windows. Though the Windows Defender is not the best choice out there. If you're using Windows 10, you already have Windows Defender residing on your system, and there will be a zero need to seek it out. It slows down the computers and lacks features that third-party antiviruses have. Windows Defender has very little benefits, compared to the other protection software available in the market.There are three ways to disable Windows defender program.
The Windows Defender will be automatically 'Enabled' when you restart the system, and if you don't want that to happen, you can very well turn it off permanently until you require it.
It's important to check whether you've disabled the 'Tamper Protection' feature before continuing with the permanent disabling of Microsoft defender using Group Policy. To disable Tamper protection proceed with the steps below: n Launch the Windows Security program and then select Virus and threat protection. n Now, go to Manage Settings and then disable Tamper Protection. Disabling Windows Defender using Group Policy:
The changes will be applied only after a reboot. Now you are successfully disable Windows Defender.
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