A small, easy-to-use technology is also very effective when it comes to security. Security settings seem to be tricky and difficult. The choice of not doing is not simple. Backing up data with strong passwords makes it easy for anyone to update the OS regularly. (Click the link for more information)
So let's also give you Windows security remedy for Windows security.
1) Choosing Windows Defender
When I connected Windows to the Internet, I used to install anti-virus and configure the software. But recently here, I do not have to do such a nuisance is to be done.
Windows Follower Windows Defender will keep you safe. You can also use third-party software if you need protection.
But Windows Defender needs to be turned on and on properly. If you do not have antivirus software installed or Windows Defender is not turned on, Windows will alert you.
Select Windows Security by selecting Update & Security from the Windows Settings (Start Menu). Microsoft promises to deploy in the near future, and updates to the Windows sandbox are likely to use features that will not allow harmful applications in the future.
2) Check the browser
Web browsers are like doors to the world, so to speak. You are spending a lot of time. Keeping your browser secure is what keeps everyone up to date.
Fortunately, keeping your browser up to date is not that difficult. A recent browser will automatically update itself by itself. I need to keep the installed features and plugins up to date. This program is to reach the inside of the browser, so you do not need anything or duplicate things, only to be suspicious.
Regularly check and determine whether the installed plug-in is safe or necessary. Chrome will select "More Tools" → "Expand" in your browser's menu. Let's remove unnecessary things here with one click.
3) Be careful to download
If you say a browser, be careful to download and install it. Whenever possible to use and use the software used by a well-known person, download it from the official site (Microsoft Store).
When downloading a program you are not familiar with, check it on the Web and check its contents for reliability. When you go through the software installation wizard, just blindly follow the "Yes" as well as check the contents properly. You may not need to install any unnecessary software.
Uninstall unused software. Do not forget that pirated software and media (such as music or movies) are also at risk. Software that you have never heard of may be hidden by malware or viruses. Downloading illegal software is minimized. Be careful with the bundled software or the freely installed software.
4) Check the permissions of the application
Speaking of software downloads, you can now grant permissions to your apps like smartphones in Windows. So you can figure out which programs are allowed to run on your system.
Privacy is important, but you want to know what software is acceptable in terms of security. If you click "Privacy" in Windows Settings, you can see the permissions granted to the application or website here on the "General" tab.
It's not a video call app, but you can see if the camera has any allowed applications. I want to know which apps are granting location info permissions. You can unauthorize all applications, choose a switch, and set permissions for each app.
5) Set user password
Now it's easy to access your application or web browser because it's auto-signed. So the computer was used arbitrarily, I must assume that I suddenly approached other people such as theft. It is safe to set a user password.
Even if you do not have anyone accessing your computer other than your usual computer, be sure to always ask for a bus word when logging in to Windows (you can not disable it using a Microsoft account). This can be set in the account settings in Windows.
It is also important to set it to lock automatically when not in use. Select the login option on the Accounts screen (which is disabled unless you unlock the lock automatically when not in use) and select "When the PC wakes up from sleep" under "Log in". You can set the system power and sleep mode to standby mode in Windows settings.