In Windows 10, there is a module called windows Defender Security Center that has been around since Windows Vista and has evolved little by little.
Not to be confused with Windows Defender at all! If you are interested in Windows Defender, I invite you to read how to disable Defender.
The purpose of this module is to verify that you have protected your computer: the presence of an antivirus, a firewall, etc. It's a good idea. If a problem happens on one of your software, it should notify you, and it's up to you to fix the problem with Windows built-in help, or fix it on your own.
Except that this module is not infallible. He doesn't recognize all the security solutions you can install on his computer. You may be alarmed by Windows 10 that your computer is not fully secure. While it is the opposite.
Be aware that Windows 10 integrates its own security solutions like Windows Defender for the antiviral solution and Windows Firewall for the firewall solution. These two solutions are well established in Windows. These are not easily deactivated, and as a result, can lead to conflict with third-party protection solutions.
Disable Security Center Windows Defender
This is done through the registry database.
- Click right on your Windows Start Menu icon
- Click Run
- Type regedit to open the registry base
- In the navigation bar, put this: Computer-HKEY-LOCAL-MACHINE-SYSTEM-CurrentControlSet-Services-SecurityHealthService
- Inside the right window, double click Start
- Put 3 instead of 2.
- Close all your windows and restart your pc.