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In all likelihood it won't delete anything critical, but it's still deleting files automatically and in some cases what it deems unnecessary may be vitally important to you. Backup is part of the Backup and Restore section on the main One Care user interface.
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Back in November 2008, Microsoft discontinued their subscription-based anti-virus software Windows Live One Care and replaced it with the free Microsoft Security Essentials tool.
However, one of it’s closely related product – Windows Live One Care Safety Scanner, an online anti-malware scanning, PC clean-up, and diagnosis tool, was never discontinued and always remained available at until this date.
Antispyware in the Protection Plus section refers specifically to Winows Defender, another Microsoft application that I looked at in conjunction with this article. If you are using Windows Defender to monitor spyware on the system, leave this set to On to monitor if it is turned off accidentally.
If you don't have Windows Defender installed, by all means set this to Off or you'll receive a constant, annoying reminder on the main One Care user interface that it isn't installed.
Although a beta version was made for Windows Vista, it never made it to final release.