Microsoft released the Microsoft Defender Preview for the US, available to download and test for Windows 11/10 and Android devices. We can expect the Microsoft Defender Preview to be expanded quite rapidly after the initial phase of testing.

Microsoft’s security anti-malware tool, Microsoft Defender, has been for a while on Windows and recently launched on Android with Microsoft Defneder ATP.

What’s New in Microsoft Defender Preview

First thing first, you can see a complete visual overhaul of the product, which shows you the current status of your device. Microsoft Defender now shows you your device protection summary, including the last 24 hours of scanned device for connected devices with the same Microsoft account. To view your connected device, click on the details panel.

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can manage the settings for the threat protection on Windows, such as Virus & Protection, Ransome Protection, and more, alongside security history in case you want to know about the last threat that appeared on your device. Not to mention, Microsoft Defender is one of the top-rated home security solutions and the new UI is like the cherry on top.

Talking about the Android version, it’s more like an alert app about the potentially malicious app. It’s quite useful for checking the current status of all your devices.

Microsoft Defender preview for Windows can be downloaded here.

As we mentioned, it’s currently being tested in the United States. We can expect Microsoft to release this version to global users imminently. Checkout the store link available below, for both Windows 10 and Windows 11.

Microsoft Defender
Microsoft Defender
Microsoft Defender
Microsoft Defender

Microsoft Defender Preview for Android is available for download.

This is for enterprise users, and it is also currently available in the United States. To download, follow the Google Play Store link mentioned down below.

Hopefully, this article was helpful for you and you have successfully installed it on your computer. If there is any query, share it with us in the comment section down below. Keep an eye out for future updates on the subject.