Part One – How to Hide Your File/Folder Wisely

The security of files (data) and privacy is a topic that people have been paying attention to for a long time, especially those who need to share the same computer with others. How can you hide and protect your personal data on a local computer without being viewed and modified by others? Here are some simple and effective ways to hide and protect files (data).
The basic way to hide file/folder: modify the properties of file/folder
1)Hide your file/folder
A.Right click the file/folder, then select properties
B.Check “Hidden”
C.After tapping “OK”, your file will be hidden by your system

How to Stop Letting Microsoft Use Your PC for File Sharing

Microsoft is attempting to make Windows Update more streamlined by having users share their connection with others to speed updating through P2P. As always, you have the choice to decide whether you want Delivery Optimization to share parts of downloads between your PC and others on your local network or the Internet. Also there are features allow you view your PC’s download and upload activity, control bandwidth usage, etc. To view the latest stats, you could follow the steps below: 1.Select the Start  button - Settings  - Update & security  - Advanced options

2.Then select Delivery Optimization- Activity Monitor

This isn’t anything users will notice or have a problem with, but if you’re worried about data usage, or you want to make sure other devices at home have the bandwidth they need, you can limit what percentage of bandwidth is used for Delivery Optimization downloads and uploads.

Select the Start button - Settings - Update & security  - Advanced options. Then select Deliver…

Wise Care 365 V4.79

Wise Care 365 keeps on its improvements, and the newly released notes are as follows:

Added the feature to turn off the tray when the main program is closed. Improved System Slimming. Improved the usability of Utilities Box. Minor GUI improvements. Updated various translations.

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Fix network connection issues in Windows 10

Sometimes there will be some network issues with your computer, the typical case is that you are not able to connect to the network. Here are some ways to solve this problem:
The most common method
1. Re-plug the cable of your router, then restart your router.
2. Right click network adapter to disable it then enable it.

To run the Network troubleshooter
In the search box on the taskbar, type Network troubleshooter, and then select Identify and repair network problems from the list of results.
Follow the steps in the troubleshooter and see if that fixes the problem.