Do you need to disable Microsoft Defender protection? Here's how.

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You can temporarily disable the Microsoft Defender protection on your device, and in this guide, we'll show you two ways to complete this task.
Windows 10 comes with Microsoft Defender Antivirus to protect your device and files against unwanted viruses, ransomware, spyware, rootkits, and other forms of malware and hackers. Although it offers robust protection, the anti-malware sometimes can interfere with certain tasks even though they're safe. For example, the feature may block a specific file that you're trying to open and you know is safe, or it can prevent the installation of an app that you know comes from a trusted source.

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