Updating windows defender
Please use this tool at your own risk as once Defender has been removed, it cannot easily be re-installed, make sure you have backups to hand in case you change your mind later on.For the more experienced, removing the Windows Defender service, files, folders and Control Panel entry can be done manually, but as they’re all protected, you need to know how to delete a protected registry key and how to take ownership of folders with a tool like Win Ownership or the Take Ownership context menu.1.Since Windows Vista, your operating system comes with an anti spyware program called Windows Defender.It’s a small piece of software that runs in the background to help protect your computer from various pieces of spyware and malicious software.Open a command Prompt and type the following to stop and then delete the Defender service: After that is done, Defender should now be removed.Windows may complain that Defender is turned off but this will disappear after a reboot or you can go into Action Center and tell it not to monitor your anti spyware software.
Click the Stop button to stop the Windows Defender service and then click on the Startup type drop down menu and select Disabled. This way is just as easy, go to Control Panel - Windows Defender, or if it’s running in the tray under Vista, simply double click on the tray icon.2. In Windows Vista scroll right to the bottom of the window and you’ll see an option “Use Windows Defender” under Administrator options.The lower pane will show what’s being deleted and if there are any errors.