Based on Latest Windows (opens in a new tab)it’s available on the Microsoft Store as a public beta, but the company seems to have hidden its availability at the moment.
Despite that, we were able to download the PC Manager version and try it out for ourselves. While a third of its features refuse to work, we can prevent apps from running, while the ‘Boost’ feature can delete a bunch of temporary files, indicating how much it has freed up. Capacity. Such cleanup is usually handled by third-party products such as Ccleaner.
Microsoft Defender could be due to a major update
Microsoft’s app worked fine, despite it being buggy (obviously unfinished) but it was very fast and could end up being a great feature for Windows 11.
It says that Microsoft has decided to expand Protector, which was a rival to McAfee and Norton in the days of Windows XP. Go to ‘About’ page will show Microsoft Defenderso it could appear as a new version of the company’s antivirus suite in 2023.
PC Manager is a promising start for Microsoft so far, which could signal that the company wants to double down on helping users manage their PCs better and delete safe-to-delete files that they don’t want. no need to drill down into system directories.