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What Are “Core Isolation” and “Memory Integrity” in Windows 10?

Windows 10’s April 2018 Update brings “Core Isolation” and “Memory Integrity” security features to everyone. These use virtualization-based security to protect your core operating system processes from tampering, but Memory Protection is off by default for people who upgrade.

In the original release of Windows 10, virtualization-based security (VBS) features were only available on Enterprise editions of Windows 10 as part of “Device Guard.” With the April 2018 Update, Core Isolation brings some virtualization-based security features to all editions of Windows 10.

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