Latest changes
Sep 30, 2019
Windows Edition
OS version
System type
64-bit operating system; x64-based processor
Security updates
Automatically allow security and feature updates
Windows UAC
Always notify
Firewall protection
Custom - Provided by a third-party security vendor
Account privileges
Administrator account
Account type
Sign in with associated Microsoft ID
Account log-in
  1. Account Password
Exposure to malware
No malware samples are downloaded
Real-time Malware protection
Periodic scanners
Emsisoft EK, HitmanPro, ZAM
Browser and Add-ons
Cookies Auto Delete, BitDefender Traffic Light
Privacy tools and VPN
Adguard, VPN
Password manager
Sticky Password
Search engine
Duck Duck Go, Google
Maintenance tools
Kerish Doctor, Windows 10 Manager
Photos and Files backup
AOMEI Backupper
File Backup schedule
No data backups
Backup and Restore
AOMEI Backupper
Backup schedule
Once or more per year
Computer Activity
  1. Playing computer games
  2. Online banking
  3. Browsing the web and checking emails
  4. Streaming movies, TV shows and music from the Internet
  5. Downloading files from different websites
  6. Recording and editing video or photos
Computer Specifications
Motherboard Msi B450m Mortar Titanium
CPU Ryzen 2600
Gigabyte GTX 750 Ti Black Edition
G-Skill Trident-Z Royal Silver 16GB DDR4 3200MHz
KLEVV RGB NVME M.2 240GB (OS) 2 SSD (120GB and 256GB), 1HDD WD Blue 1TB


Level 2
Hope this is secure enough? I'm quite happy with my current config at the moment but If there is any better free alternative AV than what i'm currently using feel free to suggest it. Especially about tweaking setting and config as I don't understand much.


Staff member
Malware Hunter
  • Consider also to run manual backups of important data to external devices, and/or in cloud services.
  • As for "Virus and Malware Removal Tools", You may add HitManPro Free.
Please kindly reflect Your changes editing Your config, and announcing them here, thanks for sharing :giggle:


Level 56
Using together Hard Configurator & NVT OSArmor is redundant, just choose one and you are fine!
You should asking @Andy Ful for explaining about possible issues between both above software...

@Oten you should only use H_C and SysHardener together if you have a good understanding of Windows processes. These two softwares in the wrong hands may well result in conflicts resulting in PC trouble which can be difficult to identify.

Andy Ful

Level 64
Content Creator
@silversurfer and @oldschool are right. There is a little gain of keeping them both, and the setup is too complex in daily work. Furthermore, some advanced OSA settings (especially for PowerShell) may block ConfigureDefender options. If you like OSA then keep it, except when you need default-deny setup which can be conveniently managed by H_C.:giggle:(y)