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Illustration shows high-level perspective of how Microsoft’s antimalware technologies interweave.


Multiple Microsoft antimalware offerings are available for Windows clients, ranging from unmanaged consumer offerings to top-tier enterprise services, making feature comparisons difficult.


Intune can now remotely manage the Unified Extensible Firmware Interface (UEFI) settings of supported devices.


An update is available that removes Flash Player from Windows so organizations can test the impact of the Flash Player’s end of support.


Windows 10 version 20H2 became generally available in Oct. 2020.


Windows 8.1 is still in Extended Support, but organizations should be considering upgrading to Windows 10.


Windows 7 is no longer supported and although paid Extended Security Updates (ESUs) are available, organizations should be working to upgrade to Windows 10.


A new Group Policy Analytics feature of Microsoft Endpoint Manager, which appears to replace the formerly free Migration Analysis Tool.


The Edge browser that is based on the open source Chromium project will be a required component of future Windows 10 versions.


Azure NetApp Files implements the NetApp ONTAP storage OS in Azure to provide a virtual SAN for file-based workloads.