Nasty Windows 10 Defender bug could clog up your PC – here’s how to fix it

Amora R Jelo

After a bug from Microsoft’s anti-virus application for Windows 10 caused thousands of files to fill up space on many hard drives, there has now been a fix to alleviate this anxiety-induced incident.

Microsoft’s Defender software has had its ups and downs since its debut in 2008, originally appearing to help the once-lacklustre security of Windows XP. In recent years though, it’s become a much stronger contender in scanning your PC for any unwanted spyware and viruses.

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