Install Windows® Defender in Sony® VAIO W Series Laptop
With a 1.83GHz Intel Atom Processor and the 10 inches screen, the Sony VAIO W Series is the master edition laptops from SONY. Weighing less than 2Kg, these laptops are equipped with a 250GB hard disk. The high capacity Lithium-ion battery ensures good power supply to the system. They have an extended battery life of over 7 hours. They have the beautiful QWERTY keyboard, equipped with 82 keys. Electrostatic touchpad, a very good motion-eye camera and microphone are other specifications in these laptops. The Intel Graphics Media Accelerator 3150 is yet another specialty. High definition audio output is also enabled in this model. Windows Defender is Microsoft protection tool which could prevent, remove and quarantine spyware in Microsoft Windows. In addition, it also guards your system from slow performance, constant pop-ups, and other security coercion. For installing Windows Defender, download the Windows Defender from the Microsoft website.
- Confirming the system requirements
- Antivirus deactivation
- Importance of licensed version
Confirming the system requirements
You need to ensure that you know the system requirements very well before starting the process. You might also see that your system has Pentium processor Intel 233 MHz or higher version. It is also important that you possess a sound memory. A bare minimum of 20MB of hard disk space is required. A superior Internet connection with at least 28.8 Kbps is also an unavoidable factor.
You might be having an already installed antivirus in your system. That might not permit the new installation to proceed. Hence, you might deactivate your installed antivirus before installing Windows Defender in your Sony VAIO W series laptops. To facilitate quick installation, close all the currently open folders. Rebooting the system after the installation could complete the installation.
In the case of every software, or program, a licensed version could guarantee you the sure safety. It could also help you ensure that you are using a genuine version. While implementing the installation, Microsoft might request you to authenticate your copy. You might also agree to the terms and conditions in their license.