Based on a lot of research I did I found that Windows Defender is doing pretty good job in the latest testing on protection. and have benefits over third party antivirus that it uses less resources. and even more the browser developers claim that third party extensions in the browser make it less safe their some who will argue that it's is much less effective from third party software, but if you look on the ones who back their conclusions based on test like AV-Test Institute London-based SE Labs AV-Comparatives and more will say is doing pretty good).
Former Firefox developer Robert O'Callahan, says that antivirus software is terrible you should uninstall your antivirus software immediately, unless you use Microsoft's Windows Defender, which is apparently okay.
A couple of months back, Justin Schuh, Google Chrome's security chief, said that antivirus software is "my single biggest impediment to shipping a secure browser, except for Windows Defender.
“My concern is that your security software is disabling web security for 9 million Chrome users, apparently so that you can hijack search settings and the new tab page,” he wrote to AVG. “I hope the severity of this issue is clear to you, fixing it should be your highest priority.”
and on top of all this many claim that antivirus is dead
In an interview with Wall Street Journal, Symantec’s senior vice president Bryan Dye said antivirus software now catches only 45% of “cyberattacks”.
The Journal has a explanation that he has a business motive to say so but he is not the only one
I am wondering if it is a good idea to install third party antivirus software?
Note I am not sure but think endpoint protection may be better but did not yet find data to back this.