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  Checking out Microsoft Security Essentials BETA
Time: 10:26 EST/15:26 GMT | News Source: Teching It Easy | Posted By: Andre Da Costa

Based on Microsoft's own Forefront 2.2 enterprise security technologies, the aim of Security Essentials is to provide an economically friendly way to encourage protecting your Windows PC. A lot of computer users who buy a new PC often get a free trial period version of popular security utilities. When they expire, the user tends to not purchase a full license but continue using the expired software. There are persons who out right consciously decide they are not going to purchase additional security software. For users like that, Microsoft has an answer, its called Security Essentials.

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#1 By 1896 (68.153.171.248) at 6/23/2009 11:03:09 AM
So far so good: very light, does not affect performances. I would like more flexibility in setting the scheduled scanning but I can live without it until V2.

#2 By 143 (96.28.64.244) at 6/24/2009 1:15:45 AM
Check out the memory usage on "MsMpEng.exe"

#3 By 1896 (74.166.235.69) at 6/24/2009 5:50:42 AM
I did, actually it was the first thing I checked but it seems to be stable around 20% on my laptop: W7 32, 2GB of memory; on the desktop: W7 64, 4GB of memory the value is around 25%.
I heard of people who reported values around 30, 40% and peak of 50% while scanning so, as usual, personal experiences are mixed.
Do you see high values too?

#4 By 15406 (216.191.227.68) at 6/24/2009 1:15:24 PM
While I look upon an MS product that claims to help solve the problems with another MS product with great suspicion, this early report doesn't look too bad:

http://www.theregister.co.uk/2009/06/24/ms_morro_review/

#5 By 143 (96.28.64.244) at 6/24/2009 11:39:53 PM
"MsMpEng.exe" is #2 on memory usage with my 4gigs of ram.

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