My particular model of Samsung netbook has a problem with the ribbon cable that connects to the monitor so I'm going to get it serviced (I've passed the warranty date but I'm hoping they extend it because this is a known issue). Anyway, I'm going to have to send it in to be fixed. I've backed up my files and I've deleted any porn and MP3s I don't want to share (no one needs to hear my singing Girlfriend in a Coma).
Now I have two questions that I'd love your opinions about.
1. Do you think it's a good idea just to delete all of my documents or am I being paranoid to think so? I have them backed up (on two different drives). Mainly I have non-embarrassing personal photos and some old papers. Nothing groundbreaking or all that interesting.
2. Is there anything you think I might be missing that would help protect me from identity theft? Like password files or something? I'm not super tech savvy so I'm worried I'm missing something obvious.
"Contracting a flesh-easting bacteria would be devastating for me because I would immediately transfer it to other parts of my body. Namely, my penis." -Emukt