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App & browser control: Stop security risks before they happen
Set protections against online attacks in App & browser control.
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What's your favorite app from the Microsoft Store? Share your top choice with the community.
Windows 101: Zoom in or out with Ctrl and scroll
Make the text and content on your screen larger or smaller by simply pressing the Ctrl button and scrolling either up or down with your mouse.
Take control of your security with Windows Defender Security Center
Windows Defender Security Center puts you in control of your security protections, and recommends actions to improve device health and security.
Take control of your notifications in the Windows action center
Windows 10 keeps all notifications in the action center, so you can catch up and act on anything you might have missed, when you're ready.
Four ways to become a Windows power user
A power user is a superhero of computer use. Cape not required. Discover four Windows power user tips to gain greater control of your PC environment.
Hide the App & browser control section. You can choose to hide the entire section by using Group Policy. The section will not appear on the home page of the Windows Security app, and its icon will not be shown on the navigation bar on the side of the app. This can only be done in Group Policy.
Note. To use Cloud App Security Conditional Access App Control, you need an Azure Active Directory P1 license, and an active Microsoft Cloud App Security subscription or Office 365 E5 license.For a list of featured apps included with Office 365 E5, see Office 365 featured apps.; Access and session controls also support apps that are configured with identity providers other than Azure AD.
Windows Defender Application Control (WDAC) was introduced with Windows 10 and allows organizations to control what drivers and applications are allowed to run on their Windows 10 clients. WDAC was designed as a security feature under the servicing criteria defined by the Microsoft Security Response Center (MSRC).
In Cloud App Security, click the settings cog , and then select Conditional Access App Control. In the list of apps, on the row in which the app you are deploying appears, choose the three dots at the end of the row, and then choose Edit app. Select Use with Conditional Access App Control and then click Save. Step 6: Update the Azure AD policy
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