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Microsoft Security Essentials

The UI consists of 4 tabs: Home, Update, History and Settings

The Home Screen: The home screen is a clean interface with some vital information and a few quick scanning options. You are told whether or not real time scanning is enabled, if your virus and spy ware definitions are up to date, your next scheduled scan date, and the ability to run a Quick, Full, or Custom scan.

The Update Screen: The update screen follows the same clutter free layout and simply informs you of your definition versions, whether you are up to date, and allows you to hit the BIG FAT UPDATE BUTTON.

The History Screen: There are no deviations here from a simple GUI.  The history screen will let you view

  • All detected items
  • Quarantined items
  • Allowed items

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