New release: Windows 11 Microsoft Defender Preview

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  • Microsoft Defender Preview tailored to enhance compatibility with Windows 11.
  • A limited number of users subscribed to the Windows Insider Program have access to the new app.
  • The app covers all your devices across all operating systems

Over the past week, Microsoft Defender receiver a new preview app for Windows 11. Although this information is not official it is purely based on a leak. Finally, Microsoft has finally launched an app for Insiders.

The Microsoft Defender preview is now available in the New Microsoft Store for Windows 11, however, its use is limited to a number of users. The limited preview is not available for use by all members subscribed to the Windows Insider Program.

Users that have tried to install it have not had the easiest time. They have only been able to get a few steps into the installation process before being shut out completely. Some users were also able to install the Microsoft Defender review from the Microsoft Store, however, they were unable to link their accounts to the app.

New features 

The new app is tailored to fit and complement Windows 11. It comes with rounded corners and a general softer look as compared to previous versions. It also means that the New Microsoft Defender on Windows 11 provides better security for users on all their devices across all the platforms.

Microsoft has been in the works developing an app called GiibraltarApp, built on WPF and XAML. According to Microsoft, the app is now more secure and simplified for use. The Microsoft Defender is your personal line of defense against any digital threats. 

The new Microsoft Defender will help you cover all your devices across operating systems, Windows,  Android, and Apple. 

Have you interacted with the New Windows Defender yet? Are you having trouble installing it on your device? Let us know in the comment section below.