In addition to the name change,MicrosoftIt also plans to bring other improvements and enhancements, and interested friends can pay attention to the subsequent release of the Windows Insider beta.The company said today:
The Windows Defender Security Center has now been renamed Windows Security. You can still open the application in the old ways, such as summoning Cortana, or clicking the taskbar icon.
Windows Security manages all your security needs, including Defender anti-virus and firewall options.
There are also other changes, such as how to display threats and actions to attract users' attention. In the coming months, we will continue to improve this plan.
It should be noted that the new Windows Security currently only appears on the Windows 10 Redstone 5 preview build (build 17661).
Insider testers who enabled the "Skip Ahead" and "Fast Ring" update channels can take the first step. If all goes well, it is expected to formally meet with you this fall (expected October).