Microsoft Security Essentials

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Microsoft Security Essentials

Microsoft Security Essentials is the built-in security solution developed and offered by Microsoft for business and personal purpose.

It’s worth mentioning that Microsoft Security Essentials received positive reviews due to its simplistic user interface, freeware license, and low resource consumption. However, users weren’t pleased with its protection rating. Compared to other antivirus tools, Microsoft Security Essentials achieved lower results than its competitors.

In the article below, we will try to outline the most important differences between these top antiviruses and antimalware programs and the default Microsoft Security Essentials platform.

Microsoft Security Essentials vs. top third-party antiviruses

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