In this article, we will discuss about “How to Disable Windows Defender Real-Time Protection in Windows Server” Microsoft Defender is an anti-malware component of Microsoft Windows. It was first released as a downloadable free anti-spyware program for Windows XP and was shipped with Windows Vista and Windows 7. It has evolved into a full antivirus program, replacing Microsoft Security Essentials in Windows 8 and later versions.
- What does Windows Defender do?
- Disable Windows Defender
What does Windows Defender do?
Windows Defender is Windows’ proprietary anti-virus software. The tool wants to protect you from viruses and other pests and remove them if necessary.
In contrast to other anti-virus programs such as Avast, Avira, or AVG, this is a very basic protection that hardly slows down the system due to its compactness.
Windows mean well with Defender, but the program is extremely unreliable. Compared to other anti-virus programs, Windows Defender always performed much worse in tests.
If you want to protect your computer from the daily threats on the Internet, you should use an alternative from Avast, Avira, AVG, Comodo or Bitdefender. All linked anti-virus programs are free. If you install other software, Windows Defender is automatically deactivated so that the programs do not interfere with each other.
Disable Windows Defender
1. first we need to Open Windows Defender Security Center.
2. Click on the windows search bar and type “Windows Security”.
3. Now hit the enter key, It will open the windows security console.
5. Alternative you can open it from the system tray.
6. Click Virus & threat protection.
7. Click the Virus & threat protection settings option.
8. Turn off the Real-time protection toggle switch.
Once you’ve completed the steps, the Windows Server 2019 antivirus will disable its real-time protection temporarily, which is enough time to install Sisense. However, because this is a temporary solution, the next time you restart your computer Windows Defender Antivirus will re-enable automatically on your machine.