But if I have turned off notifications myself then it is not malware or a computer virus.
But if you have not disabled a setting yourself and it is disabled then it could be a virus.
But that was not the case with me because I disabled the notifications in Security Center myself. And I also set the Control Panel Menu on Windows 7 to classic view myself. But Malwarebytes said that was malware and wanted to delete the registry key for that as well.
But Malwarebytes was wrong because I set the Control Panel menu to classic view myself.
And if you look on the Ask Leo website there was a post he wrote about the Run command. He said that if you disabled it yourself it is not a computer virus. But if you did not disable it yourself,then a virus did.
So if you have disabled settings on your computer yourself then it is not malware or a computer virus. But if however, the settings are disabled, and you did not disable them yourself,then it is a computer virus. But Malwarebytes did not understand that.
Now you see why I don't like anti virus programs and I do not use them. At least with Windows Defender and MRT it does not try to take over your computer.
And yes,Microsoft Security Essentials does look like Windows Defender.Probably because it is made by the same people,Microsoft. Andrea Borman.