In defense of Windows "Defender"
Microsoft took the wraps off the name for its security software aimed at making Windows safer for home and business users and possibly making the company a regular annual subscription revenue in the process.
The software giant will do away with Microsoft AntiSpyware in favor of Windows Defender, Jason Garms, the architect and group program manager for Microsoft's anti-malware technology team, wrote in a post to the company's Anti-Malware Engineering Team's blog on Friday. In defense of Windows
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