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MBAE's effectiveness compared to Win10's own exploit protection?

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I'm using Malwarebytes Anti-Exloit v1.13.1.117 on Windows 10 v1809.
I heard some people say "there is no need for additional anti-exploit tools, since Windows10 already provides its own set of anti-exploit technologies". What is your response to these claims? How much of MBAE's functionality is overlapping with Windows' own anti-exploit functions? And are there any measures of the effectiveness of MBAE compared to "only Win10's anti-exploit"?

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