Memory integrity is a security feature in Windows 11 that helps protect the operating system from malicious software. It does this by ensuring that only authorized and digitally signed code can run in memory, and by preventing unauthorized modifications to the system's memory. When memory integrity is turned off, the system is less protected from malicious software and other security threats.
To check if Memory Integrity is off in Windows 11, you can follow these steps:
- Open the Windows Security app by searching for it in the Start menu or clicking on the Windows Security icon in the taskbar.
- Click on "Device security" on the right sidebar
- Click on "Core isolation details"
- Check for the Memory integrity option, and make sure it's turned on.
- If it's off, you can turn it on by clicking the toggle switch.
It's important to note that, turning off Memory integrity will make your device less secure. It's recommended to keep it on, unless there's a specific reason to turn it off.
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