"Microsoft Security Essentials" is a free service from those who built all Windows operating systems, I think they should know better than anyone how to protect themselves
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Gameplayer69 posted on Sep 28, 2015 6:22:43 AM - Report post
I use Malwarebytes and Microsoft Security Essentials since upgrading to Windows 10 and find that is more than sufficient. Although Malwarebytes annoyingly seems to flag the Divnity Original Sin Trainer. I know that there is no problem with the trainer so when using that one I will switch off Malwarebytes. I find my Windows system runs more smoothly and with less hassle since switching to these security programs. Plus if you use Firefox and have custom security settings that should flag problems in addition. Some would argue that this is overkill.