Most people think of Skype as a secure means of communication, with messages kindly delivered using end-to-end encryption. But a new report by Ars Technica suggests that's far from the case—and Microsoft is often dipping into your communications.
If you dislike the new Windows shutdown menu, you are probably in the majority. An alternative option is to create icons that will let you shut down, lock, or restart your computer without having to mess with that stupid popup menu.
For sure, it's an excellent move to raise the awareness to understand why it's important to secure PC and the data inside it and how anyone can make it easier to implement the effective security level to his computer oriented environment.
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