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remove all viruses automatically
I had few viruses in 1903, after I was notified via the action center from Defender. I went to Defender and tried to remove them. Few removed while few did not. It was under quarantine. Even those that were removed, still showed up. I would like it for those viruses that are successfully removed, to just disappear automatically from the screen. I would also like it for all viruses to be able to be removed, not to only be placed under quarantine, thank you.
MY WINDOWS DEFENDER IS NOT ON CAN U PLEASE PUT IT ON
MY WINDOWS DEFENDER IS NOT WORKING CAN U PLEASE PUT IT BACK ON
virus and threat protection
I didn't know my Windows Defender virus & threat protection was turned off. How do I turn this back on?
Blue screen error message on my PC
Can someone me please? My PC has windows 10 installed. I'm getting this error message. Stop code: BAD SYSTEM CONFIG INFO after this error message i get his one: Startup repair couldnt repair your PC Log file: C:\WINDOWS\System32\Logfiles\Srt\Srt\SrtTrail.txt Gives me a Shutdown option and advanced options.
all day today what is up? things disappeared off tool bar now after closing this window my apps on my desktop was just white I clicked them to get the app picture back.
Why are developers allowed TO Hack accounts
I have a brand new HP Pavilion All-in-One desktop. It and all the electronics in my home have been hacked and administrative rights claimed by the developer. At least when I hit more tools and then hit the developers bar, the element shows a lot of the missing guts that are being taken from my computers programs so they don't function. This has been going on for 5 mos. It may have been longer they just got overly bold over the past 5 mos. And the curious thing about it is all my stuff is being hacked but not my wife's or grandson., and we all are on the same network. I have been called crazy and talked about badly as a lot of professionals are professing that a cell phone, TV as well as android boxes can't be hacked. If that were true I wouldn't be experiencing this twilight zone.
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Getting trusted apps & games from the Microsoft Store
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Can I trust my computers Windows security and Defender to keep my computer virus free?
error 0x80070005 download apps on Xbox beta app
Ok so i keep getting this error code 0x80070005 when i try to download some game on the MS store and the Xbox beta app i when thro 5 Microsoft Answer Tech and with the Xbox Expert Gamer chatting with them and they all ran out of thing to do with me i am under the insider program it try to roll out the 2004 update and it fail with the error code 0x8007042b and roll me back to 1909 so they send me here to see what idea you all can do to help me now am at an lost of what to do short of reinstalling the hole os and moving to LTS i been working with MS with the insider program all the way back to windows 2000 so guys i need your help this old IT guy out thanks.
Microsoft Safety Scanner is a scan tool designed to find and remove malware from Windows computers. Simply download it and run a scan to find malware and try to reverse changes made by identified threats. Download Microsoft Safety Scanner (32-bit) Download Microsoft Safety Scanner (64-bit)
Windows Security is a powerful scanning tool that finds and removes malware from your PC. Here's how to use it in Windows 10 to scan your PC. Important: Before you use Windows Defender Offline, make sure to save any open files and close apps and programs.
Download this app from Microsoft Store for Windows 10, Windows 10 Mobile, Windows 10 Team (Surface Hub). See screenshots, read the latest customer reviews, and compare ratings for Online Virus Scan.
When the scan is complete, you'll see the Scan options page letting you know the results of the scan. To turn on Microsoft Defender Antivirus in Windows Security, go to Start > Settings > Update & Security > Windows Security > Virus & threat protection.