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A few months ago I reported how Microsoft had released, to a limited number of users, its new and innovative antivirus and antispyware software called Microsoft Security Essential. Despite the fact that the software was leaked on Internet on certain websites, the vast majority of people could not take advantage of it. But here is the big news! Recently, Microsoft has released its final, free version of this software for everybody to download.

Microsoft Security Essential is the first, free antivirus, antispyware software able to protect your Windows operating system in real time. The software is easy to install and configure and require no special skills. Microsoft Security Essentials is available for Windows XP, Vista and Windows 7 (32 & 64 bit) in many languages.

Reading from the website:”Microsoft Security Essentials provides real-time protection for your home PC that guards against viruses, spyware, and other malicious software. It is simple to install, easy to use, always kept up to date and runs quietly and efficiently in the background. It’s easy to tell if your PC is secure — when you’re green, you’re good.”

If you want to download the software and now more about it, visit Microsoft official website here.

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2 Comments to “Microsoft Security Essentials available for everybody!”

  1. Curtis Walker Says:

    My comments are on Microsoft Security Essentials. I download the software three week ago May 25, 2011. Essentials has protected my system twice with alerts of unknown programs are bugs trying to enter my computer. It very depenable and give you confindenace that I have never had with any other security software. Thanks for supporting your customers and given reliability. It’s not often you can share comments that really mean something.
    Curtis Walker

  2. tblount Says:

    Well that puts an end to the last category of software left standing (AV). Windows 7 finally put backup companies out of business with System image… and malware companies out of business with Defender and cd burning software. Norton was the last nail in the coffin has already burried Quaterdeck, WordPerfect, Lotus, Netscape, Eudora, Winamp, Cuteftp just to mention a very few.

    There are only a handful of utilities left standing…. windows does not clone a drive, making it bootable, the email program does not bounce back spam, making it look like your address is invalid so you will be automatically removed, it dos not monitor the startup areas of your computer and alert you when a virus, malware or their own crapola is added to load at bootup.

    The real question is where can they go from here ? Windows 7 mayhave reached the top of the pyramid because the prosperity of Windows has been mostly successful by gobbling up the packman power pellets. That game is almost over.

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