By the end of next week, Microsoft has promised to roll out a suite of security software for Windows 10 that would help keep your home secure from malware attacks and other intrusions.
The company has released a set of free tools to help keep users safe in a world that is increasingly becoming more dangerous.
The new suite of software, called the Microsoft Secure Browser, is designed to protect against the most common types of malware and is currently available to Windows 10 users on the Windows 10 Marketplace.
The free version of the browser includes the latest version of Windows Defender, the software used to protect PCs from threats such as ransomware and malware, as well as Microsoft Edge, Microsoft’s browser that helps users browse the web and do online tasks.
Microsoft Edge has been around for more than a decade, and its security features and functionality have been refined in recent years.
The software is also being updated to provide a way for users to manage their home networks, including the use of a private network to protect data and personal information.
Microsoft has made the updates available on its own online store for free, and Microsoft said it plans to provide updates for its Windows 10 upgrade kits for a period of three years.
Microsoft’s security software, dubbed the Microsoft Enhanced Security Center, includes the same protections that it offers for other Windows 10 features.
Microsoft says it also includes a number of additional security features, such as antivirus and network security alerts, as part of the suite.
For a while now, the security features have been free to use, with Windows 10 providing access to them for free.
Microsoft said on its site that the Microsoft Home Security Suite for Windows is also free to download.
The Microsoft Secure browser, which is part of Windows 10, is available for free to Windows Insiders on the Microsoft Edge website.
Microsoft also said the company plans to continue to provide free updates for the Windows Defender and Windows Defender Advanced Threat Protection suite for a further three years, but it has not said when that will happen.