Windows 10 devices come with a number of security tools to help safeguard your computer. article Windows Security, formerly known as Microsoft Defender, provides antivirus and malware protection, a firewall, and security settings to keep you safe.
Its robust real-time antimalware software, Core isolation, and hardware-level security features (like the security processor and Secure Boot) can help to protect you from various types of threats without affecting your device. Windows Security also lets you keep track of your device’s health and performance, manage your account security, the options for signing in to your device, and more.
Even if you have the best passwords and security measures in place, it’s still possible for malware to slip into your system and cause problems. That’s why it’s important to backup regularly your data and keep your operating system updated. Windows 10 comes with a variety of backup tools as well as cloud storage services that help you protect your files.
Windows Backup, File History or Recovery Drives can be used to regularly backup your system, and then restore it in the event of an emergency. Consider cloud-based options like OneDrive, Google Drive, as well as other tools for backup in the enterprise.
It is essential to restrict access to your device by making sure that no users have administrator access rights. This will make it impossible for anyone who uses your computer from making major changes that could cause harm to your data. You can accomplish this by creating individual Standard accounts or by limiting access to the device with Parental Controls.