Here is something for you kiddys to chew on, right now ANY Windows installed PC has a backdoor on it, that YOUR local Government, of policing agencies can gain access to EVERYTHING that you have, or had ever put on that particular machine(s). Don't believe me?
Google a program called "cofee" Computer Online Forensic Evidence Extractor - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia, and READ what it can DO! If you think because your an American, Chinese, Russian citizen(s) your safe? THINK AGAIN!!! Notice the "O" portion!
That's something that as to be plug on the Computer USB port, I don't care about it as I have nothing to hide and they need a search warren to come in my house. But that's another reason to not trust Microsoft to store our data online, we have to say no to theirproject of cloud terminal pc
Yeah I downloaded that years ago and messed about with it. It is not a significant concern. As Area 66 says, it's not something they can remotely use to go on your pc.
For someone to have a backdoor into your machine(s), they need to circumvent your router's security.
It doesn't do anything that someone that knows Windows inside and out can't do without it. It's just a bunch of programs/scripts ran automatically for a non-techie type that can get the info and be like "wow, I am good" when it really isn't needed to begin with.
I suppose it makes life easier for a non-tech authority type. It's available on ****************.
That too is on MS wish list. So they can freeze your machine should you run an illegal copy of their SW.For someone to have a backdoor into your machine(s), they need to circumvent your router's security.
You'd be surprised what governments can do if they want to....
Resistance is futile. you will be assimilated.
Has anybody had a look at hiberfil.sys?
Lot of info in there if you use hybrid boot.
"And I can't right click an icon..." Well actually you can it just requires some extra clicks. Once you have everything set up then a few extra clicks for adding the next icon is no big deal. Right click on the start tile, at the bottom of the screen click on Open File Location, copy the shortcut of interest to the desktop,... done!
"Nor can I easily log off/on... and There there are the power off..." Use Gibson's Wizmo GRC*|*WIZMO - Steve's Windows Gizmo** Nice icons for one-click functions. You can place them on the desktop and/or in the Start screen.