Microsoft Security Essentials
August 2, 2011 by USA Post
Microsoft Security Essentials, The Microsoft Security Essentials (MSE) is sure to create a hole in the payment protection market AV. With the free AV software provided by Microsoft in Windows, Vista, XP and 7, both the AV and PC protection separate subscription can now get the protection of AV and the malware as a free add-on. They no longer have to pay to protect their computers.
With 30 million users, from September 2010 and the number continues to increase, the Microsoft Security Essentials will be a game changer for the vertical security software. Reviews have been very positive so far with performance testing experts from AV AV. Nicknamed El Morro, the MSE fits very well with independent and autonomous PCs.
With automatic updates and periodic updates, Microsoft Security Essentials offer consumers a PC real-time protection. In addition, quick download and easy to install. Three simple icons, different colors will tell you the level of protection: it is green when the protection is good, yellow when it is right and red when the PC is at risk. Based on the state of security, the options in meeting the threat to security are advised by an “Action Button” which appears on the screen.
The essential elements of Microsoft security are good for the standard level of protection and, henceforth, will not meet the needs of large corporations and industries that have a pressing need for high security for your data. It should also be noted that the installation and subsequent automatic signature updates are only possible in the original Windows platforms. A lot of pirated Windows software is to be kept out of the safety circuit free AV.
The market for paid AV software is sure to react when they realize that the essential elements of Microsoft security will reduce its market share. In fact, some major players like Symantec, McAfee and Trend Micro are already diversifying into other related markets.
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