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Windows Defender Offline 32bit
Windows Defender Offline 32bit What is Windows Defender Offline? Sometimes, malicious and other potentially unwanted software, including rootkits, try to install themselves on your PC. This can happen when you connect to the Internet or install some programs from a CD, DVD, or other media. Once on your PC, this software might run immediately, or it might run at unexpected times. Windows Defender Offline can help remove such hard to find malicious and potentially unwanted programs using definitions that recognize threats. Definitions are files that provide an encyclopedia of potential software threats. Because new threats appear daily, it's important to always have the most up-to-date definitions installed in Windows Defender Offline. Armed with definition files, Windows Defender Offline can detect malicious and potentially unwanted software, and then notify you of the risks. To use Windows Defender Offline, you need to follow four basic steps: 1) Download Windows Defender Offline and create a CD, DVD, or USB flash drive. 2) Restart your PC using the Windows Defender Offline media. 3) Scan your PC for malicious and other potentially unwanted software. 4) Remove any malware that is found from your PC. Windows Defender Offline will walk you through the details of these four steps when you're using the tool. If you've been prompted in Microsoft Security Essentials or Windows Defender to download and run Windows Defender Offline, it's important that you do so, to make sure that your data and your PC isn't compromised. To get started, find a blank CD, DVD, or USB flash drive with at least 250 MB of free space and then download and run the tool—the tool will help you create the removable media. Note We recommend that you download Windows Defender Offline and create the CD, DVD, or USB flash drive on a PC ...
5/5 596 Mar 03, 2016
Microsoft
Windows Defender Offline 64bit
Windows Defender Offline 64bit What is Windows Defender Offline? Sometimes, malicious and other potentially unwanted software, including rootkits, try to install themselves on your PC. This can happen when you connect to the Internet or install some programs from a CD, DVD, or other media. Once on your PC, this software might run immediately, or it might run at unexpected times. Windows Defender Offline can help remove such hard to find malicious and potentially unwanted programs using definitions that recognize threats. Definitions are files that provide an encyclopedia of potential software threats. Because new threats appear daily, it's important to always have the most up-to-date definitions installed in Windows Defender Offline. Armed with definition files, Windows Defender Offline can detect malicious and potentially unwanted software, and then notify you of the risks. To use Windows Defender Offline, you need to follow four basic steps: 1) Download Windows Defender Offline and create a CD, DVD, or USB flash drive. 2) Restart your PC using the Windows Defender Offline media. 3) Scan your PC for malicious and other potentially unwanted software. 4) Remove any malware that is found from your PC. Windows Defender Offline will walk you through the details of these four steps when you're using the tool. If you've been prompted in Microsoft Security Essentials or Windows Defender to download and run Windows Defender Offline, it's important that you do so, to make sure that your data and your PC isn't compromised. To get started, find a blank CD, DVD, or USB flash drive with at least 250 MB of free space and then download and run the tool—the tool will help you create the removable media. Note We recommend that you download Windows Defender Offline and create the CD, DVD, or USB flash drive on a PC ...
5/5 600 Mar 03, 2016
Microsoft
WSUS Offline Update 10.8.1
WSUS Offline Update 10.8.1 Using WSUS Offline Update, you can update any computer running Microsoft Windows safely, quickly and without an Internet connection. Note from The OlderGeeks.com Team: If you are using Bitdefender Anti-Virus, you will get a virus warning when you attempt this download. This is a false positive and is caused by the way this program changes system files to update the computer. This program is safe. Modifications in version 10.8.1 - NOTE: This version is supposed to be the last one containing the Linux download scripts - C++ 2010 Redistributable Runtime Libraries updated to v. 10.0.40219.473 (Thanks to "harry") - Microsoft Silverlight updated to v. 5.1.50901.0 (Thanks to "harry") - Aria2 download utility updated to v. 1.29.0 - Improved autorun.inf file (Thanks to "dsca", "psj" and "aker") - Exclude definitions for download and update may be updated while downloading (Thanks to "aker") - Replaced superseded August 2016 Servicing stack update (kb3176936) by October 2016 Servicing stack update (kb3199986) for Windows 10 Version 1607 (Thanks to "aker") - Fix: Revised list of scan prerequisite updates for Windows Vista and Server 2008 (x86/x64) (Thanks to "lmacri", "Dalai", "boco", "harry" and the community) - Fix: Excluded outdated initial revision of kb3167679 for Windows Vista and Server 2008 (x86/x64) - Fix: Replaced superseded Skype for Business 2015 Security Update kb3115431 (MS16-097) by kb3118348 (MS16-120) (Thanks to "Gerby") - Fix: Replaced superseded Skype for Business 2016 Security Update kb3115408 (MS16-097) by kb3118327 (MS16-120) - Fix: ISO and USB images for Windows Vista and Server 2008 (x86/x64) contained unused installation packages for .NET Framework 4.6.2
5/5 3,911 Jan 03, 2017
Torsten Wittrock
   
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