Microsoft’s Windows Security acts like an airbag: It will protect you, regardless of whether you know it exists … Learn More!

What most folks do not realize is that Windows 10 has a security package baked into the operating system to protect you. Do you need to purchase additional protection? My thoughts on that is “NO”… I have several Windows 10 based PC’s and I do not use any additional protection. As a matter of fact, I have been doing computers for over 30 years and I have never purchased anti-virus or anti-malware protection. In the past I did rely on the FREE security protection that was available; but, today I stick what is baked into Windows 10. The browsers we use today are also better at protecting us and that factors into my thinking on this, as well. All a matter of preference; but, “this is my story and I am sticking to it”… Below is a video and source links, at PCWorld, that will give insight on how Windows Security actually performs…

You’ll learn about how Windows tries to protect your PC: preventing malware from getting on your PC in the first place, blocking pernicious attacks like rootkits, and walling off your documents to prevent them from being infected.

Learn More @ PCWorld

MultiCommander SE (Store Edition) is a multi-tabbed file manager and is an alternative to the standard Windows 10 file manager. It uses the very popular and efficient dual-panel layout…

The older version of MultiCommander can be downloaded from the developer’s home page; but, if you want the more updated version for Windows 10, go to the “Windows Store” on your computer and search for “MultiCommander SE (Store Edition)”. In my testing here at “Tech News for You”, this file manager is a keeper and will serve you well as a replacement to the built-in file manager that ships with Windows 10…

Source: Go to the Windows Store on your computer and search for MultiCommander SE (Store Edition)

Developer’s Web Site (for older versions):

What is “Microsoft Windows 10 “S”?

You may have noticed various notebook computers where the specs indicate the computer runs on Windows 10 S and may be wondering what is Windows 10 “S”?

Windows 10 in S mode is a version of Windows 10 that’s streamlined for security and performance, while providing a familiar Windows experience. To increase security, it allows only apps from the Microsoft Store, and requires Microsoft Edge for safe browsing.

Microsoft Support

Learn More about “S” Mode @ Microsoft Support

The app you’re trying to install isn’t a Microsoft verified app… How to bypass this message…

To help us safeguard our computers, Windows only publishes trusted applications to the Microsoft Store. The software you download from other sources outside the Microsoft Store can contain malware or bugs. This is why the system is set by default not to install applications that aren’t Microsoft-verified.

The Windows Club

The Windows Club (see source link below), will show you how to bypass this restriction and install apps from any source onto your PC.

Learn How @ The Windows Club

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