Windows 10 devices come with a variety of security tools to help you protect your computer. Windows Security (formerly Microsoft Defender) provides antivirus and malware protection as well as firewall and security settings.

Its robust antimalware software in real-time Core isolation, hardware-level security features (like the security processor and Secure Boot) can help defend you from all kinds of threats without slowing your device. Windows Security also lets you keep track of your device’s health and performance, control your account protection, device sign-in options and more.

Even if you’ve got the best passwords and other security measures in place, it’s still possible for malware to slip into your system and cause problems. This is why it’s essential to regularly back up your data and keep your operating system current. Windows 10 includes a variety of cloud storage and backup tools services that make it simple to protect your data.

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. You should also consider cloud-based solutions like OneDrive, Google Drive, and other backup tools for businesses.

Access to your device is restricted is important. You must ensure that no user is granted Administrator access. This will prevent any person who is using your computer from making large changes that could put your data at risk. You can accomplish this by setting up your own Standard accounts, or by limiting access to the device with Parental Controls.

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