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All I know is it's going to be integrated into WDATP, so don't know if it will just be a code port or re-write/update
Defender is good now, but if you want enhanced protection, I'm always going to recommend ESET Smart Security. This is not a paid endorsement, by the way, its just a preference. Granted, I only run Defender on my main system, but I do run ESET on my phone for anti-theft. I also think it would be a good idea for portable devices like laptops. If you are going on a lot of potentially malicious websites, or you don't know what you're doing, you're going to want this enhanced protection. Never raw dog your system if you consistently have problems.Windows defender and Malwarebytes will do the job.