Windows Defender conflict with Microsoft Security Essentials

Windows Defender detects and removes known spyware only. Windows Defender is not designed to protect against full breadth of malicious software. Although Microsoft Security Essentials is not designed to replace Windows Defender, but you do not need to run Windows Defender if you are running Microsoft Security Essentials because Microsoft Security Essentials is designed to disable Windows Defender in order to manage PC’s real-time protection including anti-virus, rootkits, Trojans and spyware.
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