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Windows 7: what the best software to keep my pc healthy

11 Aug 2017   #11

Windows 7 Pro 64-bit

What about Windows Defender Offline?
I usually run that once a year or so, it often finds little things.
But I tried last month and it no longer updates, errors out. I've tried cd and usb.
Did Microsoft stop supporting that? Will it work if you manually put the current definitions on the media? And how is that done?

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