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I want to install Windows Defender on my desktop, but I always get an error message that I don't have Windows Installer 3.1. I have tried to install that, but to no avail. How do I go about installing the Installer 3.1?
I want to port an application that is compiled and executed on Linux, to Windows via c++. There are no Linux specific OS system calls, but yes there are lots of header files. Is there a paper or book, that I can refer to for more instructions?