Microsoft Security Essentials Guides:

Set Microsoft Security Essentials to Exclude a Process

Learn how to configure Microsoft Security Essentials (MSE) to ignore a process when scanning for malware or using real-time protection.

Set Microsoft Security Essentials to Exclude a File Type

Learn how to configure Microsoft Security Essentials (MSE) to ignore a file type when scanning for malware or using real-time protection.

Set Microsoft Security Essentials to Exclude a File or Location

Learn how to configure Microsoft Security Essentials (MSE) to ignore a file or directory when scanning for malware.

Configure Microsoft Security Essentials Real-time Protection

Learn how to configure Microsoft Security Essentials (MSE) real-time protection.

Set How Microsoft Security Essentials Handles Malware

Learn how to setup how Microsoft Security Essentials (MSE) handles malware it finds.

Stop Microsoft Security Essentials from Scanning On a Schedule

Learn how to stop Microsoft Security Essentials (MSE) from scanning your computer on a schedule.

Schedule When Microsoft Security Essentials Should Scan Your Computer for Malware

Learn how to schedule when Microsoft Security Essentials scans your computer for malware, the type of scan, if it should check for updates before scanning, and if it should only scan when the PC is idle.

Update Microsoft Security Essentials

Learn how to manually check for and download new Microsoft Security Essentials (MSE) signatures and engines, and how MSE automatically keeps itself up-to-date.

Scan For Viruses Using Microsoft Security Essentials

Learn how to manually scan your computer for Malware (viruses, spyware, and other unwanted software) using Microsoft Security Essentials (MSE).

Scan For Viruses or Update Microsoft Security Essentials Using the MpCmdRun Command Line Utility

Learn how to scan for viruses, update, or troubleshoot Microsoft Security Essentials using the MpCmdRun.exe command line utility.

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