Antivirus Software for Windows

 Institutionally Owned Windows Computers

System Center 2012 Endpoint Protection is Microsoft’s antivirus solution for enterprise computers. It is licensed for installation and use on Institutionally Owned computers, computers owned by the University of New Hampshire and/or the University System of New Hampshire offices.


Personally Owned Windows Computers

Microsoft Security Essentials and Windows Defender are freely available antivirus program for Windows. UNH IT recommends that Personally Owned computers running Windows Vista or Windows 7 use Microsoft Security Essentials to secure their Windows computers against viruses and malware and that Personally Owned computers running Windows 8 or Windows 10 use Windows Defender.


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