You can find it easily by opening system properties (use Windows Pause/Break key to open system properties).
Let us take a few moments to talk about what antivirus support you won’t have after the 2015 date, but what might still be available.In addition, take a second to learn why you will still be at risk after this April even if you choose to continue using a third party service's security solution.When you consider that Kaspersky Lab is detecting more than 315,000 malicious new files every day and Panda Security claims there are approximately 30,000,000 new malware threats each year, it becomes clear that keeping your anti-virus list updated is a vital part of modern computing.Without such a list, there is no way for the software to know if you’re being attacked.Many times we don't have Internet connection in our systems, in this situation how would you update MSE so that it can detect and remove all known virus and spyware? You can download offline installers for all latest MSE virus definition updates using a system which have a working Internet connection and then you can run that offline installer in any other system to update MSE virus definitions.
There has been a bit of confusion for Windows XP users (yes, they still exist) over whether or not they would be able to obtain antivirus support after July 2015.
At the same time that support was stopped, Microsoft also announced that Microsoft Security Essentials would no longer be available for download on XP – though they confirmed that if you already had it installed, you’d continue to receive anti-malware updates for a limited time. now less than a week away, Microsoft is keen to finally condemn the 14 year old operating system to the annals of history. It was arguably the first OS that saw mass adoption in offices and homes around the world, and at its zenith in 2007 it controlled 76.1 percent of the market.
is probably the least surprising technological news of 2015.
In essence, this means that you will want to abandon Microsoft Security Essentials when the 2015 date comes around town.
It meant “Windows Update” patches would no longer be released, and the creaking OS would become increasingly vulnerable.
The end of support for Microsoft Security Essentials means it will no longer receive the necessary new signatures (lists) to detect the latest malware.