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#1 generalhospitalfan85

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Posted 01 March 2018 - 05:22 AM

yes i have a really stupid question a friend of mine is 32 and gay and is very dumb when it comes to computers and she was on her camera on her computer and was taking some pictures and letting it snap pics of him while he was in front of it and stuff and he is worried the pictures went other places without his knowledge
because the thing is this he just saved the pics to his computer but he did turn on these things that it had thre option to turn or off and i dont klnow what these means
it says choose apps that can use camera
cortana
feedback hub
maps
microsoft edge
mixed reality view
onenote
photos
skype and store and he is worried that his pics went places he didnt want them too i mean could his pics go anywehrre without his knowledge since he turned on these things

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Posted 01 March 2018 - 06:59 AM

Any user can use a tool like Everything Search Engine - http://www.voidtools.com/ to find a specific type of file which exists on a system.  Install the tool, then type in *.jpg if you want to see/find all .jpg files.  User must use whatever file extension is applicable to the files he/she wants to locate.

 

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