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Microsoft Security Essentials is Microsoft's first attempt at a standalone security application for home use.
Given its simplicity and suitability for beginners, it probably isn't the best choice for more advanced users or professional network administrators, but for the average user, it covers all the bases.
The retirement of Windows XP is now a vital focus for Redmond.
And the company is doing its best to convince the user base of the aging operating system to upgrade to a newer version of Windows like Windows 7 or Windows 8.1.
If they don't fix this "new feature" soon I'm dumping it from my one computer still using it.
With most of its major product releases out of the way, Microsoft is shifting attention to another important upcoming event.
Now, in order to emphasize the risks of sticking with the old OS beyond retirement, Redmond is considering a bit of a sweeping measure.
Using the - Windows Repair 1.9.2 tool again, I had no issues after reboot. Just copy and paste the "tweaking.com_windows_repair_aio_setup.exe" into your favorite search engine and the file will be found available from various sources.The red X icon appeared in my taskbar and no matter how many times I tried updating Security Essentials manually it would go through the motions, downloading definitions and trying to apply them.It would then give me an error message with a code (sorry, I just "fixed" it for the 2nd time and forgot to write down or take a snapshot of the error code).The only fix that worked for me is this file, "tweaking.com_windows_repair_aio_setup.exe", - Windows Repair 1.9.2.After installing the program I skipped to the last tab, "Start Repairs" and clicked "Start".
Windows 7 - 64bit Working Solution: After reading various fixes from numerous websites this is what I've learned.