I hate Snitches
A snitch is worse than a son of a bitch.
A snitch inherits his condition, but a snitch is cultivates his.
Bill Gates and the people at Microsoft are snitches. They are evil. They invade your privacy in sneaky ways so that they can help law enforcement convict innocent people.
When I refer to law enforcement, I don’t mean the average policeman. Most policemen are really nice people. It is the system from the top that has become so corrupt.
First Windows is designed to save information that can be used against you without your knowledge or consent. That includes, hibernation files, swap files, etc. Windows also records large amounts of potentially sensitive data, such as the names and locations of files you open, applications you run, etc.
A good way to protect your privacy is to use TrueCrype (Google to find and download) to encrypt your Windows system.
At the very least, be aware that you cannot delete files from Microsoft Outlet and perhaps other Microsoft email programs.
What the sneaky snitches at Microsoft do is hide the fact that you cannot delete emails. When you delete, they just don’t show. However, they are retained in the Outlook.pst file. I discovered this after I deleted years of messages and the size of the Outlook.pst remained at 6 GB instead of just a few megabytes.
The lie, aided by the snitches at Microsoft, that law enforcement tells, is they obtained the emails because they were saved by your internet server. Except for recent emails, that is highly unlikely since that would require a huge amount of storage. Law enforcement lies because if people were aware, they could better protect their privacy.
The best way to delete emails in Microsoft Outlook is, when you first create a profile, save a copy of the outlook.pst file. In Windows 7 the outlook.pst file is created at C:\Users\DC\AppData\Local\Microsoft\Outlook. If you don’t have a copy, temporarily create another profile and save the empty Outlook.pst file.
Then rename your Outlook.pst file. When you open Microsoft Outlook, you will be asked for the file. Select the empty file, close and reopen Microsoft Outlook.
Then go to file and import the messages from the file you renamed. Only the undeleted files will be imported and your new outlook.pst file will be much smaller. The steps are:
File -> Import & Export -> Import from another program or file -> Next -> Personal Folder File (.pst) -> Next -> Browse to select file to import -> Next -> Finish.
There is no need to do this every time you delete messages. It is only required when you delete messages to protect your privacy from the snoops in law enforcement.