Download Microsoft Security Essentials 2.0.0522.0 Beta

Microsoft Security Essentials is a very good software to protect your client computers and its very easy to install and configure on your computer. You just need to download the latest available version from the Microsoft website, double click the exe and you are ready to ride your computer without worrying about viruses and malwares. Today I am going to share the new BETA version of Microsoft Security Essentials that is now available for limited nations but I was able to connect to my account and downloaded this marvelous software on my computer. I know that you will ask me this question that you already had an updated Microsoft Security Essentials and why would you need another one and I would surely say that this new Microsoft Security Essentials have few extra facilities like given as under:

Windows® Firewall integration: Microsoft Security Essentials setup allows you to turn on Windows Firewall.

New and improved protection engine: The updated engine offers enhanced detection and cleanup capabilities and better performance.

How and from where to download?

Download Microsoft Security Essentials Beta (Use your own ID)

Before installing this software please make sure that your system’s hardware specifications are matching the required ones. Confirm that your computer meets the minimum system requirements to install Security Essentials Beta.

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Follow the installation wizard to install Microsoft Security Essentials Beta.

Note: This beta is available only to customers in the United States, Israel (English only), People’s Republic of China (Simplified Chinese only) and Brazil (Brazilian Portuguese only).

Notice to Windows Home Server Users: Microsoft Security Essentials Beta is not supported on Windows Home Server (WHS). Beta testers who have installed Microsoft Security Essentials on WHS should uninstall Security Essentials to avoid potential incompatibility problems. Those who plan to beta test Microsoft Security Essentials unsupported should wait until the next Windows Home Server update rollup.