Turning off or removing your computer can be at risk in Windows XP / Windows XP

I recently reformatted my computer because it was running slow and after installing all the updates and programs I started getting an annoying message starting in Windows XP SP2 which was:

Your computer may be in danger. Anti-virus software may not be installed.

It’s fine if you don’t know how to use your computer or forgot to install something, but if you know what you’re doing, this nagging pop-up message is annoying. So how can you turn off the message? In this article, I explain how.

Step 1: Open Dashboard and click Protection Center.

Step 2: Now for the item(s) to be red, Firewall, Automatic updateor Antivirus protectionclick the double arrow pointing down and click Recommendations.

Step 3: At the bottom, click the checkbox that saysI have an anti-virus program that I will monitor myselfThen click Okay.

Note that you can do this for Firewall is not enabled and Automatic update is not enabled pop-up message also.

You can also click Change the way the Privacy Center notifies me link on the left in Windows Security Center and turn off monitoring completely.

Just uncheck what you don’t want to track anymore and you won’t get it Your computer may be in danger reply!

That’s it! Of course, you should make sure you have some kind of anti-virus and firewall program installed. Keeping automatic updates is a smart idea too! Enjoy!

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