Microsoft is planning to reveal its new antivirus with a code ‘Morro’ serving Windows end-user for free.

The new antivirus has said to be a core of essential anti-malware tools that protects users from unhealthy internet world. According to Microsoft, Morro will be compatible with Windows XP, Windows Vista, and including Windows 7 operating systems.

Six months ago, Microsoft announced its plans about the new antivirus saying that it would launch Morro by the end of this year. The company has also said that it will provide protection from several types of malicious software including viruses, spyware, root kits and Trojans.

A Microsoft spokesman said on Wednesday that the world's biggest software maker is testing an early version of the product with its own employees. Microsoft would soon make a trial version, or product beta, available via its website, he added, but declined to provide a specific date.

Microsoft spokesman told news agency Reuters that Microsoft is testing an early version of the product with its own employees and prepping soon to make a trial or beta version to be available to in its website and will launch the free product sooner but did not provide specific release date.