App and Browser Control: stop security risks before they happen

The page begins with the standard Microsft logo and tape with links to other parts of the website. A blue tape appears below this containing the heading Windows Security Support written in white and links to downloads, community or a contact page.

The heading App and Browser Control follows, with “Applies to Security” in small lettering below. To the right are links to email the article, send to print or go to a page about RSS Feeds.

On the next row, a gray shaded box explains that the Windows Security had a different name in earlier versions of Windows 10. A paragraph below explains that App and Browser Control contains settings to protect your device in the Windows Security page.

A screenshot of the Windows Security page follows with a further paragraph containing a list of bullet-point statements to show what actions it can allow you to complete.

A gray shaded box appears in the next section containing a note which warns that switching off “Block and Warn” options can leave your devices at risk. A headline appears beneath called “Exploit Protection for your Device”.

The paragraph which follows explains how device protection is applied as standard to all devices and that the settings can be altered by customers if they so desire. Beneath this, a phrase written in blue offers a link to another page with more information about Exploit Protection.

To the right-hand side of the screen, a blue button floats roughly halfway up the page. The button is labeled “Site Feedback” and one click opens a box with the opportunity to leave a star rating.

The end of the article is symbolized by a single, solid line and the date it was last updated appears underneath. At the bottom of the page, a gray box shows a menu for the rest of the website.

A floating blue box at the very bottom offers you the opportunity to try the virtual assistant which opens a box that lets you send a message.

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