In the event that you were wondering when the next name change is coming from Microsoft, it’s here. The business has declared the Windows Security will make its debut with the upcoming Windows 10 Redstone 5.

The new update that’s presently in development.

Where is the name change, you ask?

Well, this fresh safety hub is none aside from the Windows Defender Security Center, which is a very helpful feature of the operating system. This is how it looks in the current one, Windows 10 April 2018 Update, that’s:

Now, to be fair, this can be a rebranding which makes sense, considering the security approach Microsoft has taken because of its operating system.

However, it is a rebranding.

That is what Microsoft declared:

So, along with the rename, there are different refinements which will shortly be a part of the bundle.

Just like from the Windows 10 April 2018 Update, Windows Security classes all safety features in the operating system in 1 place — such as Windows Defender antivirus scanning, firewall options, ransomware security and parental controls.

The new Windows Security is now available from the Windows 10 Redstone 5 preview build 17661 completely, which can be retrieved via the Skip Ahead channel along with the speedy ring.

And it’ll see daylight this October, with the launch of the anticipated Redstone 5 upgrade.

However, it is a rebranding.