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Best way to put a Save file on a Windows 10 hd?
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purple379

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PostPosted: Wed 12 Feb 2020, 09:21    Post subject:  Best way to put a Save file on a Windows 10 hd?  

I have not tried to put a save file in Windows 10 for a long time.

Windows 10 becomes used to get crazy if anything was written to its file structure. Perhaps it was from a malware prevention program meant to stop RansomWare.

People ask me, I have a computer which the whole family uses, you seem to use computers a lot. How can I be sure my banking and financial things are safe. Of course they use Windows. They want to be told to use a particular security program, preferably a free one.

I want to say, just boot Puppy from somewhere when you do financial things.

After I gift them a USB Key with Puppy on it. I have to explain how to modify their computer to boot it. Perhaps how to turn off the Windows 10 hard drive hibernate. The last problem being that some of the Puppies are not directly obvious to a complete newbie how to get online. They are like, is it not just click at one place, choose connection, maybe enter password. Yeah.

I might prefer to tell them for better security, they could use a multi-session Disc.

I bet some of you fellows have solved this?
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