Change log is still a mystery in this version. They always keep it that way.MSE veterans won't notice a lot of huge changes in this version, but certain interface elements have changed slightly—the icons along the top are gone, and certain wordings have changed a bit to make the program easier to use. The "Real-Time Protection" setting is now an all-or-nothing checkbox, and SpyNet has been renamed to the Microsoft Active Protection Service to make a bit clearer what it actually does. Microsoft has also baked in some performance improvements and better detection powers.
One noticeable change is automatic handling of detected severe and high alert level threats. Users no longer need to click `clean' every time a threat is detected. For medium and low level threats it still informs user before removing. For those needing more control over actions remove the tick from apply recommended actions under default actions. I personally enabled quarantine option for medium and low risk threats as I am confident as MSE has lowest FP rates (and I am not using any google product at this time)
A noob question?
could this be installed on XP.
would it install even if XP is not able to do WGA check (it keeps failing with the reason that MS cannot verify it now. Tried manual methods but no luck so far.)
I've not looked at MSE since ages ago. Maybe I''ll do a quick read-up on this on the web.
They call me the mysterious one...
my motto is...when it's hot, chill baby