If you have an Windows 10 device, your operating system is already equipped with security tools that will help you protect your system. Windows Security, formerly known as Microsoft Defender, provides antivirus and malware protection, a firewall, and security settings to keep you safe.
Its real-time antimalware, Core isolation and hardware-level features (like Secure Boot and the security processor) can help you safeguard yourself from various types of malware, without slowing down your system. Windows Security also lets you keep track of your device’s health and performance, control your account security and devices sign-in options, and more.
Even even if your system is secured by the most secure security measures, passwords and other security measures malware is still able to sneak in and cause problems. That’s why it’s important to backup regularly your data and keep your operating system updated. Windows 10 comes with a variety of backup tools that include cloud storage services, that make it simple to protect your files.
You can use Windows Backup, File History, or Recovery Drives to backup regularly your system and restore it should an emergency occurs. You should also think about cloud-based options like OneDrive, Google Drive, and other tools for enterprise backup.
It is crucial to limit access to your device by making sure that all users do not have administrator access rights. This will stop any user of your computer from making huge changes that could cause data loss. You can do this either by creating individual Standard accounts or by restricting access to the device using Parental Controls.