Windows 11 will support, these anti-virus programs.

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Windows 11 is set to launch, and it, like Windows 10, has Windows Defender integrated malware protection. However, for anybody intending to upgrade to the new Windows and use a third-party virus scanner, the issue of whether it will function with Windows 11 emerges. The specialists have verified this at AV-Comparatives.

On October 5, Microsoft will release Windows 11, which has built-in virus protection. Windows 11's built-in virus protection continues to improve, as we know from Windows 10, even if we haven't looked at it independently.

Windows 11's built-in security suite, Windows Defender, is a good option, so upgrading to it will keep your machine safe. Avast, Avira, Kaspersky and Norton are some of the most popular antivirus solutions despite Windows Defender's dominance as the most common malware scanner.

When it comes to Windows 11, they haven't said anything thus yet. While many manufacturers haven't updated their spec sheets yet, that's about to change with the release of Windows 10. According to AV-Comparatives, a group of security professionals sought to discover which virus scanners were compatible with Windows 11.

Because Windows 11 isn't scheduled to debut until October 5, you needed to test the virus scanner on an insider build to get the findings available in time. Unfortunately, AV-Comparatives used the dev channel's version 22454.1000 to make their findings. Microsoft uses a separate development branch for the final product; the current release candidate is Build 22000.194.

However, in terms of security, this shouldn't be a big deal. When it comes to issues with usability, AV-Comparatives refers to the start menu or the start button as an example. Windows 11 was put to the test to see how well the virus scanners worked, and after that, the virus protection was turned on, and the testers were given permission to install further updates.

After that, it was determined whether or not Windows Security was used as virus protection for the applications. Once real-time protection is manually off, a notice should appear on the screen with instructions on repairing the problem.

To see how well Windows 11's virus prevention worked, an effort was made to use a network share to transfer malicious code to the desktop. The testers manually ran malware that wasn't immediately identified as such. The identical scenario was played out once again, except this time, the infection was on a USB stick. A thorough examination was conducted to discover if any traces of the infection had been left after the virus scanners had been removed.

You had to use an insider build of the virus scanner since Windows 11 isn't scheduled to debut until October 5, and you wanted the results to be available when it did. Unfortunately, AV-Comparatives was relying on the dev channel's build 22454.1000. When it comes to the final product, Microsoft is using a separate development branch; the latest release candidate is Build 22000.194.

However, in terms of security, this shouldn't be a big deal. When it comes to issues with usability, AV-Comparatives refers to the start menu or the start button as an example. Windows 11 was put to the test to see how well the virus scanners worked, and after that, the virus protection was turned on, and the testers were given permission to install further updates.

After that, it was determined whether or not Windows Security was used as virus protection for the applications. Once real-time protection is manually off, a notice should appear on the screen with instructions on how to repair the problem.

AV-Comparatives successfully tested the following virus scanners on Windows 11.

The latest version of Avast! is 21.7.2481.

The latest version of AVG Antivirus is 21.8.3202

Version 1.1.54.22911 of Avira Antivirus Professional

Webroot SecureAnywhere is a security solution that can be used anywhere.25.0.26.89 is the IP address of a server in the United States.

The latest version of ESET Internet Security is 14.2.24.0.

25.5.11.316 K7 G Data SecurityTotal Protection Software has a security rating of 16.0.0556.

Microsoft Windows XP Professional Service Pack 3 (SP3) is now available for download.

Malwarebytes' Microsoft Security Essentials Anti-Malware version 22454.1000

The latest version of McAfee's comprehensive security suite

With Norton LifeLock, you're protected for life. When it comes to antivirus software, I recommend Norton 360 22.21.8.62

No-cost antivirus from Panda Security.

AV-Complete Complete Safety 5.15.69

The latest version of Total Defense is 13.0.0.545.

Version 17.0.1181 of Trend Micro® Internet Security® (Windows)

VIPRE Advanced Security 11.0.6.22 is the latest version.

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