Sunday, December 11, 2011 Jun Harefa , 0 Comments
The Windows Defender can be run from CD or USB is intended to detect rootkits or other malware viruses that can infect the computer while in the boot process. For that users need to set the BIOS so that the boot process runs ahead of a CD or USB before choosing to boot from the hard disk you want to install the Windows.
To install this antivirus to USB or CD, the application needs to be downloaded from Microsoft and run on a clean computer or no virus. After that will be available the option to install this application onto a USB or CD so that it can be used to clean the virus on another computer. Keep in mind that the application will perform in the media format used for the installation (USB) that is necessary to ensure that existing data in the flash disk has been copied to another storage place.
Microsoft itself has bigger plans for the Windows Defender scanning capabilities in addition to offline. Steven Sinofsky had revealed that Windows Defender will be mounted later on as the built-in antivirus and antimalware on Windows 8.