Wow! You already know I'm a digital dunce but what a lot of great information. I gave up quite a while ago on trying to absorb every PC trick in the book to stay in the digital fast lane. It's just not that interesting to me and if I can just use something like a laptop for communicating and some e-commerce without having to reconfigure the browser, learn how to talk to a registry or reformat several times a year I would be happy. Most all of that stuff is interesting to some people and it's part of the future...sooo..."you might as well GET interested." Wrong. As much as I enjoy talking to you guys I get really frustrated with all the junk involved. More frustrating is my perception that all the stuff in my younger life growing up seemed beneficial and logical. Now, the things I see that are accepted and common place seem to be creating counter productive outcomes...the idea that you should have to navigate a menu to operate all the peripherals of an automobile, the fact that you're even able to text and drive, and the idea in general that you need to exchange information constantly with anyone. I knew that one day I'd become my Grandpa. I never thought that I'd be a grown man and barely able to tell one car brand from another...but...viola! That time is here. I'm only 63 but seriously do have a problem seeing the "new normal". Certain things should be able to be decided by common sense. It shouldn't have been so hard to forsee the ability for hackers to one day wreck all the "progress" of technology...but here we are. And by "hackers"...I don't just mean the illegal ones.