Tuesday, September 29, 2009

Antivirus Microsoft Officially Launched

Microsoft to meet its promise to provide anti-virus software made their own. Starting Tuesday, September 29 local time, Microsoft will throw software called Microsoft Security Essentials (MSE) to the public.

MSE which is the first antivirus software owned by Microsoft is compatible with a series of Microsoft operating systems, namely Windows XP, Windows Vista, and Windows 7. This software is provided free of charge, by download on Microsoft's site. But unfortunately, this application is only available for some countries, such as the United States, Israel, China, and Brazil.

Microsoft announced the first MSE Morro code at the end of last year. MSE for free Kahadiran made some antivirus companies shaken. Because they feared Microsoft would dominate the market for PC antivirus.

At the end of last June, MSE released in a limited beta version for the public. MSE beta version should be well designed and easy to use. The main interface using a single window with four tabs, and color codes for status at the top, so users can see a glimpse of his PC whether protected or not.

According to Head Team Computer Security Software Microsoft Theresa Burch, MSE is designed to find and kill dangerous viruses, which potentially steal passwords and other personal information in the PC. Even the MSE is also able to find a virus that can make the PC as a spam distribution.

Microsoft confident of the ability MSE is capable of cleaning malware network from ordinary to extraordinary. Later, go Burch, if MSE find anything suspicious, he did not directly block the program, but will first collaborate with Microsoft's server before allowing the program operates.

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