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This week I learn about the security features that available in window 10. Including back up options, firewall, encrypting files. As well as the proceeding to use internet browser, mail app and Skype app. It offers the opportunity to back up files history in addition of many of my data files and makes it easy to retrieve the latest version and multiple earlier versions.
To use file history, windows demands that we have an external hard drive, a second hard drive, or a network connection that leads to a hard drive. Additionally, we can backup to restore the system itself.
We can use firewall as well as a security system, where we can modify the firewall settings for each type of network that we use. There is a window defender firewall on private network settings and another one on public network setting. The private one is different than the public, for example, when using a laptop, we will be able to connect and provide different files.
Another thing we talk about is Advanced setting, it’s allowing us to block internet access completely in the inbound rules and outbound rules in the application. And bit locker allows us to encrypt the system.
We discuss as well options that available on android devices including G mail(mail), internet browser(chrome), file management and cloud options. Mobile apps such as Chamberlain University, virtual assistant and phone information.
The most used features in my mobile device are google where can I access my email account. I am also use chrome for other options.
What is your favorite app are google assistant and google search . Google search allow me to reach unknown location and provides me important information about it including phone number, website and directions as well.
I use google Drive, in my email account to store pictures and some documents. i use a flash drive to access my document in google drive whenever I utilize a public network
Google is provides great network service. In my experience, it’s highly recommended for virtual assistant.
I use a password to open my device. and I use my private WiFi to protect my mobile device?
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