Windows 10: default behaviour for Windows Defender

Discus and support default behaviour for Windows Defender in Windows 10 Customization to solve the problem; Does Windows 10 scan archives by default, or must you enable it from PowerShell ? If it doesn't, why doesn't it ? It would've seemed like he single... Discussion in 'Windows 10 Customization' started by dssds1, Oct 11, 2020.

  1. dssds1 Win User

    default behaviour for Windows Defender


    Does Windows 10 scan archives by default, or must you enable it from PowerShell ?


    If it doesn't, why doesn't it ? It would've seemed like he single most useful thing aware could take advantage off hiding inside containers.

    :)
     
    dssds1, Oct 11, 2020
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  2. kormath Win User

    Lost default photo viewer after profile rebuild

    Thanks Brink. I've tried those steps before i started searching Google. After the profile rebuild i don't have the Photo app listed to choose to make it default in either the system settings for default apps or the Open With option.

    I can't even find it doing a search. Seems to have been removed somehow with the profile rebuild, which doesn't make sense.

    Might be helpful to list what i've done default behaviour for Windows Defender :) I've done the open with check, the choose default program in the system menu, tried that in device manager default programs also. I've checked the programs and features Turn windows features on/off and it's not listed there (never thought it was but that was a suggestion), searched the MS Store, it's not listed there either.

    I don't like playing in the registry unless i have defined steps and haven't found anything for this yet, just the Win7 version like in my OP.
     
    kormath, Oct 11, 2020
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  3. Phillmont Win User
    Hibernating laptop changes to sleep behaviour after Windows 10 May 2019 update

    Hi Aditya,

    Thank you for your reply. I have tried the two steps (turning of Hybrid sleep and Fast startup) you suggested but to no avail. Okay, for your two questions:

    1. My laptop is a HP Pavilion 14-bf101tx, and currently running Windows 10 1903 (upgrading from 1809).
    2. Nope. No error messages. I suppose the boot process was successful, however, my battery was reduced. That's why I suggest the post title as "Hibernating changes to sleep behaviour" because the battery level reduction looks like sleep behaviour.

    Please inform me of any diagnostics information you might need. Thank you for your kind assistance.
     
    Phillmont, Oct 11, 2020
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  4. 95Viper Win User

    default behaviour for Windows Defender

    95Viper, Oct 11, 2020
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