The simplest thing you can do to help keep your system or network secure from cyber attacks is to keep the applications that are on your equipment up to date. Every patch and update that you install is one less door a hacker can use to attack you system.
This also goes for your website if you own one. You must always be sure to keep the software running your website up to date.
There are countless reasons why you might want to record your screen. Some of the most common include creating a screencast for a presentation and live-streaming your desktop across your network.
To start recording, head to Media > Open Capture Device and select Desktop from the drop-down menu.
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Windows Key + Arrow: Windows Snap
Hit Windows + Left Arrow to snap a window to the left side of the screen or Windows + Right Arrow to snap it to the right. If you have more than one screen, you can hit the key combo more than once to move a window from one screen to another and you can snap a different window to each monitor edge, allowing you to have four snapped windows on two displays (or six or a three-display setup). Hitting Windows + Up Arrow maximises a window while Window + Down Arrow minimises it.