Windows 10 devices come with several security tools to help you secure your computer. Windows Security, formerly known as Microsoft Defender, provides antivirus and malware protection, a firewall, and security settings to ensure you are secure.
Its real-time antimalware Core isolation, Hardware-level features (like Secure Boot and the security processor) can help you protect yourself from various types of malware, without slowing down your computer. Windows Security also lets you monitor your device health and performance, control your account protection, the options for signing in to your device and much more.
Even if your system is protected by the most secure security measures, passwords and other security measures, malware can still make its way in and cause problems. It’s essential to regularly back up your data and upgrade your operating system. Windows 10 includes a variety of backup tools and cloud storage services that make it simple to protect your files.
Windows Backup, File History or Recovery Drives can be used to regularly backup your system, and restore it in the event of emergency. Consider cloud-based solutions like OneDrive, Google Drive, and other tools for enterprise backup.
Access to your device is restricted is crucial. Make sure no user has Administrator rights. This will make it impossible for anyone who makes use of your computer to make major changes that may expose your data to risk. You can do this either by creating individual Standard accounts or by restricting access to the device with Parental Controls.