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Can't find appropriate sub-forum for a post


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CanDane

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I'm new to this forum as of today.  I wish to list my security setup in order to receive comments - e.g. what to add, what to eliminate etc.  It would be great if some members would list their setup as well.  Perhaps we can learn various things from each other.

 

The problem is that I can't seem to find the appropriate sub-forum for my post.

 

Your advice will be greatly appreciated.


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If your computer is running Win 10 then you could try the Win 10 forum etc

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You are right, I could post on another forum, like the Windows 10 Forum.  However, I was hoping to take advantage of the security skills processed by many members on this Forum.  But I guess there is no appropriate sub-forum for it.


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This is the subforum I had in mind

http://www.geekstogo...199-windows-10/

although I see you have already posted there on a different matter.

 

Maybe start a new topic there as many of our members will see it and perhaps be prepared to comment

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Thank you for your input paws.  I've posted.


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You can try in  Windows 10 Forum 


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