2/4/16By default, antivirus programs are configured to run only when you log in to your computer.
However, this can be changed in settings.
Here’s what you need to know to make the most of your antivirus settings.
If you’re using Windows 10, for example, the default settings for antivirus apps are to run automatically when you start your computer, regardless of whether you’re logged on as a user or not.
This makes sense if you have multiple computers and don’t want to have to manually configure your antiviscorvers settings for each one.
Alternatively, you can also configure your security software to run when you’re connected to a network, or when you open an application or download a file.
This can be useful if you want to automatically scan all of your computers for malware, but you’re not logged on to them, and you want your antiviruses settings to be consistent across the different computers.
When you run antivirus applications, you have a variety of options.
One is to manually run the program on every machine that you log into.
This is the default setting in Windows 10.
However , you can use the Run All Programs feature in Windows Defender to run all the antivirus options for each machine.
The other option is to use antivirus services on every computer that you connect to.
This means that you can configure antivirus policies for each computer, including how they should react to new threats.
For example, antivirus will scan the files you’ve opened, and if they contain malware, it will notify you when it finds it.
You can also specify antivirus policy rules for each device you connect your PC to.
If antivirus has a policy, that policy can be set to run on all computers on the network, regardless if you’re on a computer on your local network or on a network that’s shared with all your computers.
This option also applies to Windows Defender.
Finally, you’ll also need to configure antiviruss in Windows to run any application that’s on a local computer, or a remote computer that’s connected to your local computer.
This allows you to run the same application on all the computers in your network that you’ve configured for automatic scanning, as long as the computers aren’t on the same network.
With these settings, you’re basically able to make sure that antivirus automatically runs on every one of your PCs, regardless whether you are logged on or not, and even on machines you’ve connected to the internet.