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K-State antivirus servers to be upgraded to support Windows 10

Information Technology Services is upgrading K-State’s antivirus servers to a new version that supports Windows 10. The upgraded version was made available by TrendMicro on Monday August 3 and will take about a week to complete the upgrade at K-State. It is anticipated that the new TrendMicro Antivirus client will be available for K-Staters by early next week.

For personal computers that were upgraded to Windows 10, it is recommended to use Windows Defender, which comes with Windows 10 or a free personal antivirus package such as AVG until we are able to release the new version of TrendMicro Antivirus.

For K-State owned computers, Information Technology Services continues to recommend that departments hold off on installing Windows 10 for at least six months.