Windows Defender Application Guard is a security tool built into Microsoft Edge that isolates browser sessions from the desktop in a virtual machine (HyperV)
To prevent malicious activity from reaching the desktop. Windows Defender Application Guard is part of the Windows Defender security program built into Windows 10. Microsoft first added Microsoft Windows Defender to Windows in 2005. It was introduced for Windows 10 in 2017 in the Fall Creators Update.
Microsoft developed Windows Defender Application Guard for Microsoft Edge, Internet Explorer also supports the security tool if someone uses this browser to support older applications or because you as a user prefer Internet Explorer.
FAQ 220: Updated on: 26 September 2021 14:35Windows