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Microsoft quietly releases Windows Defender

Microsoft quietly releases Windows Defender

With very little fanfare, Microsoft quietly announced that its free antispyware tool, Windows Defender, has graduated from beta status to final release. You can download a copy from CNET Download.com. The announcement was made at the RSA Conference Europe 2006 in a keynote speech by Microsoft Corporate Vice President Ben Fathi. Read more in this News.com article.