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Windows 7: Exclusive Interview: Microsoft Security Essentials

22 May 2010   #1

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Exclusive Interview: Microsoft Security Essentials

Many independent reviewers, including Softpedia, have given MSE the thumbs up and applauded the Redmond giant's decision to move away from a subscription-based security model. However, we have been curious to know how Microsoft thinks its own product is doing right now, after eight months in a crowded and tough market.
Microsoft Security Essentials - The strategies behind Microsoft's free antivirus solution

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22 May 2010   #2


As a subscriber of MS live I was sorely disapointed in the subscriber version.
MSE satisfies part of my antivirus needs along with a minimum footprint.
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