windows defender gets only 70% of viruses. Try AVG, it has been rated to get 95% and is free. Also run spybot S&D and Malwarebytes scans once a month for non-active protection. And a rootkit remover once a month too.Anyone else here using Windows 10, i used Chrome on W10 and got a virus, not even sure how, i did not visit any "questionable" website, so the virus is every time you click on something there's a pop up with some sort of an ad. I go into Windows Defender and it was actually complete disabled without an option to turn it back on. I run like 5 different virus, malware programs and they do not find anything.
When i used Explorer i did not have any issues at all.
Had to re install W10 again and using Explorer only, so far no issues.
I was wondering if Chrome maybe somehow unprotected because W10 is still a Beta, for example i know for sure i can not make Gmail phone calls because you need a plug in from Chrome and that plug in does not work on W10.
Because it is what "they" deem to be harmful, just like taking windows malicious software removal tool. This only removes stuff that MS thinks is harmful to them.Why is it that these site blocking services tend to block my favorite hacking sites that are not "harmful" to my computer at all. Is it a type of censorship? Its good that you can bypass the blocking.