Since the Surface is a Windows device, it is natural that many of our readers are concerned about security. Why? Because Microsoft Windows operating system is used by over 90% of all computer users. Naturally, that gives hackers, spammers, and computer virus creators a huge target. No worries though, there are lots of things that you can do to protect your tablet.
Below is a collection on different security topics that we have covered on Love My Surface that we now compiled into a Security Guide for your convenience. Keep in mind that we continue to add new security content all the time, so subscribe to LMS today to get our latest updates.
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Learn The Basics About Security
- Microsoft Surface Security
- Setup My Surface 3 – The Absolute Basics
- Public WiFi Security Risks – 4 Things You Can Do To Protect Yourself
- How To: Setup a Picture Password or PIN
- Types of Accounts for a Surface Tablet
- Passpack Password Manager Review
- Viewing Saved Passwords on Windows 8
- Parental Control on Your Surface
Virus Prevention and Protection
- Do You Need Antivirus Protection for Your Microsoft Surface?
- Free Antivirus for Surface Pro – 2015 Guide
- Virus Prevention – Best Practices To Avoid Infection on your Surface
Windows 10 Security Concerns
Learning to Prevent and Clean Up Malware
- Prevent Malware on Surface Pro Tablets
- How To: Remove Malware From Surface Pro Tablets with MalwareBytes Chameleon
Virtual Private Networks and Why They Help
- VPN for Surface Pro – VyprVPN
- Free VPN From VyprVPN Available Now
- ExpressVPN Review: Another VPN Option for your Surface
- Good News – Surface RT VPN Software Available
Application Sandboxing On Surface
Our Getting Started Guide For New Surface Owners
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Joanna is a former IT Director for a major public university, who gave up a high paying career to blog full time. She is proud to be a professional geek. Joanna loves all things technology and Surface tablets are her passion. She and Tim created LoveMySurface.net to help others be more productive using these awesome tablets.