More than 1 million PCs have already been upgraded to the latest version of Microsoft’s Antiviruses, with an estimated 3 million more in the works, according to a new report from security firm Symantec.
The company, which analyzes data from millions of customers around the world, said it expects Windows 10, the next major version of Windows, to be released in the second half of the year.
Symantech is the only vendor that has officially announced an upgrade for its products.
Microsoft also released a new version of its antivirus software, the latest one, which will be released to customers on April 12, 2018.
The new version is not as widely used as the older one, but it has a new user interface that has been designed to make it easier for users to understand the security warnings and warnings alerts they receive.
The older software has more than a dozen warnings and alerts and was designed to help users identify potentially harmful infections.
“This is the most complete version of AntivIRuses to date, and it includes more than 130 warnings and indicators,” the company said in a blog post.
“With more than 1.4 million warnings and 96 alerts, it’s the most comprehensive Antiviris to date.”
Microsoft also announced that its security updates for its Windows operating system, Windows 10 and Windows Server 2016 are now available for download on its Windows Update service.
“We are now delivering a comprehensive security update for Windows 10 to Windows Server, Windows Server Essentials, Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows RT, Windows Phone 8.1 and Windows Phone 7,” Microsoft said.
The update for its Office software will be made available on April 13.
Microsoft’s update is available for users of Windows 7 and Windows 8.
It includes fixes for the Windows Defender Antiviral Toolkit and its updates to Windows Defender Advanced Threat Protection and Windows Defender Internet Explorer, according.
Symantsec said it has not yet received confirmation from Microsoft that it is delivering the updates.
Microsoft will also continue to offer an Antivire update for the upcoming Windows 10 version.
The Windows 10 Anniversary Update, which Microsoft is scheduled to release on March 29, will include a new feature called Security and Privacy, which is designed to improve the security of your device and protect your privacy.
“Users will also now be able to turn off automatic updates by entering a value in the Automatic Updates section in Windows Settings,” the software giant said in its blog post about the update.
Symantaech’s estimates of the number of users who will have their devices upgraded to Windows 10 comes from the company’s Antispam report, which it published in April.
“If you don’t want to wait, you can take advantage of our new Windows 10 Upgrade Plan and buy a Windows 10 upgrade today for free,” Symantek said.
Microsoft is not alone in its move to improve security and privacy.
Apple, Google and Facebook are also pushing for users and businesses to take advantage, too.
Microsoft has been on the defensive for years over its use of encryption to protect the company from hackers.
It has faced pressure from privacy groups and consumer groups in the past to remove its encryption technologies from Windows and other products.
In 2016, Microsoft said it would no longer use a Microsoft technology called Secure Hash Algorithm for encryption in Windows 10.
The change meant that users who had installed Windows 10 would be unable to read or view the encrypted files on their computers without being able to unlock them.
Symanticech, which says it has collected data from more than 40 million users around the globe, said that about 1 million new PCs are currently being updated to the new version.
SymAntech also said that Microsoft has changed its security policies so that users will be unable from April 15 to unlock a device that has not been updated for the past two months.
“These new policies will not allow us to unlock an unlocked device from April 17, 2018 to June 1, 2020,” the firm said.