Security is a big deal for most people when it comes to the Windows 10 operating system.
The operating system offers a number of features to protect users from hackers and other intruders, including an option to block the entire Internet for the duration of a session.
However, the latest Windows 10 build, Build 14393, adds a new feature to the program that will make it much harder to protect yourself.
According to a Microsoft document, the feature, known as Secureanywhere, can be enabled by clicking the Security tab in the Control Panel.
The document also explains how to do so:With Secureanyplace, if a Windows computer is connected to the Internet, the computer will block all incoming and outgoing connections, even those that are connected to a different network.
This includes Internet connections that you may have configured for the computer or other devices you use.
The change makes it impossible for you to connect to the Web using any other means, including via VPNs or proxy servers.
Microsoft says that it has been testing the feature with Windows 10 for several months and that the change is currently only available in the Insider preview build.
However, it is likely that the feature will become available to everyone in the coming weeks.
While it is unclear if the new feature is still in Beta or the final version, we’re pretty excited to see it.
Windows 10 is one of the most secure operating systems available, and it can’t be a bad thing to have a few extra options in case something happens.