Which version of Windows Defender is included in Windows 10?

Windows 10 includes Windows Defender version 4.18.2001.9 which provides comprehensive protection from viruses, spyware, hacker attacks, and other online threats. This version of Windows Defender is integrated with Windows 10 and can be accessed from Security & Maintenance settings in the Windows 10 control panel.

Windows Defender version 4.18.2001.9 provides real-time protection from malicious software that attempts to install on the computer, and it provides ongoing protection against viruses, worms, Trojans, and other malicious software. Windows Defender also monitors and blocks suspicious websites, downloads and files, providing protection against potential exploits and malicious code.

Windows Defender also has application-specific security options, allowing users to enable or disable certain features. For example, users can choose to enable or disable email scanning, peer-to-peer and IM file sharing, and browser attachments. In addition, the Windows Firewall offers additional protection against incoming threats by blocking access to specific network ports and services.

The latest version of Windows Defender enables users to perform automatic scans on regularly scheduled intervals or at any time they choose. It also integrates with the Microsoft Windows update feature, automatically downloading and installing the latest virus definition updates. Windows Defender also provides additional system information such as the number of threats detected and quarantined, as well as the scanning history.

With Windows 10 Microsoft has provided some additional features for Windows Defender. These include the ability to shield information about the user’s device, controlling which applications can access the network, and protecting data from ransomware attacks. All these features help protect the user’s personal data and keep their devices secure.