#Windows10 November Update: #Windows Defender context scan

Everyone cares about his/her system's security and cares more when its related to virus. Here comes one new enhancement in security perspective in Windows 10 November updates and that's about Windows Defender. Its now more integrated with Windows Operating system.

We all know Windows defender is already present from Windows 7 on wards. Lets see what Windows November update has added more to Windows Defender.

Windows 10 November Update: Windows Defender context scan (www.kunal-chowdhury.com)

Previously to scan a particular drive, file or folder using Windows Defender, we had to open it first. Then we had to select the specific drive or folder before starting the scan. Now Windows 10 November update has added more user friendly functionality to it which now has become tightly integrated with the system.

From now on wards to scan any file, folder or drive, you are one click away. You don't have to open Windows defender manually. Just right click that specific file, folder or drive that you want to scan. You will find a context menu entry labelled as "Scan with Windows Defender...". Click on that to start the scan. Please refer to the below screenshot for more visibility:

Windows 10 November Update: Windows Defender context scan (www.kunal-chowdhury.com)

This is not only applicable for drive, you can do the same for files and folders also. Here is a screenshot of the same:

Windows 10 November Update: Windows Defender context scan (www.kunal-chowdhury.com)

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