Creating a list of exceptions To add to the exceptions list , then click Add. As a result, a window appears Overview of files and folders in which you want to specify the path to the objects to be excluded from the scan . It may be, for example , an executable program file , a directory , or a hard disk partition . To remove an object from the exception list , select it, click and click Delete. At the same time , be careful , because the program does not issue an additional request to confirm the delete operation. You can also create a list of exclusions by file type . For example, you can specify that files with the extension *. Doc and *. Txt in the verification process should be ignored. To create the list of exceptions by file type , go to the Excluded file types whose contents are shown in Fig. 8.12 . Fig . 8.12 . Creating a list of exceptions on file types To add a file type to the list of exceptions , type the extension of it , and then click Add . If the system can know the type of the file in the list for it will automatically appear with a short description . For example , a file with the extension *. Doc the system will generate a hint Document Microsoft Word ( see Fig. 8.12) , etc. To remove a file type from the list of exceptions , select it then click and click Delete. At the same time , be careful , because it will be removed immediately , without notice. In the Details section , you configure a number of additional parameters Defender Windows. It contains the following check boxes . • Scan archive files — if this box is checked , the search will be carried out malware also archive files (RAR, ZIP, CAB , etc.). • Check emails — with this flag set Windows Defender will scan all email messages , including attachments. • Scan removable media — in this case, Windows Defender will search for malicious objects including on removable storage media (flash memory , CD-ROM , etc.). • Use heuristics — with this flag , the mechanism of heuristic analysis .