Windows essentials not updating
Like its predecessor Windows 8, Windows 10 also ships with Windows Defender.For users coming from Windows 7, the Windows Defender in Windows 10 is not just the Defender of Windows 7.
The Windows Defender in Windows 10 helps users protect their PCs from viruses, malware, and other threats.In fact, it doesn’t even support the previously released Windows 8/8.1 as well.When you upgraded your Windows 7 installation to Windows 10, the program was removed because Windows 10 ships with a good antimalware program out of the box.Rather, Windows Defender in Windows 10 comprises all the features of Microsoft Security Essentials and this is the reason why Security Essentials is not available for Windows 10.The UI of Windows Defender in Windows 10, as you can see in the above picture, looks more or less like the Security Essentials.Microsoft announced a new product last year, Windows Server 2012 Essentials, a packaged solution for small and mid-size companies with less than 25 users.
Windows Server 2012 Essentials provides easier setup, installation, and migration experiences—and a simplified management experience—compared to "out of the box" Windows Server 2012 Standard or Datacenter editions.
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I have just updated to Win10 Creator and experiencing some problems with the screen saver. Normally, any key depression or movement of the mouse would disable the screen saver and my desktop/working program would be displayed. Firstly I set the screen saver at "NONE" to avoid the freeze. Last night I did a check for updates and it gave me the win10 Creators update.
The screen saver starts after the designated time, and displays my photographs in a random order. I discovered after several tests that the photo gallery of Microsoft Essentials caused the problem, why, I could not solve.
SCEP does require paid licensing to work, so for a very small environment Microsoft Security Essentials can at least provide a basic level of security protection.