Started by Jeremy Collake, December 21, 2012, 03:03:43 AM
QuoteWith Windows 8, Windows Defender kind of acts in the background and really isn't obtrusive or interfering. It seems to function faster than anything else I've tried, and *most importantly* is not prone to false positives (though they do happen). Some other security software is big on false positives because they scare the user into buying their software and/or make the user think the software is doing something. Of course, we all know how I feel about false positives, funding the new deserted False Positive Report.