The default setting for Windows 8 is a “web server” in the Start menu, but Microsoft is planning to add secure networking to the operating system.
It will also allow users to remotely log into the operating systems operating systems and control their computers from a laptop.
This means you can connect to your computer from the comfort of your home computer and it can even remotely log in to a Windows system you’re running on a laptop that you’re connected to.
Microsoft has previously announced plans to add Secure Mode in Windows 7 and 8, which will allow users running the OS to securely access files and share files, but it’s still unclear how secure these settings are.
Microsoft is expected to unveil Secure Mode at the Mobile World Congress event on Wednesday.
If Secure Mode is introduced, users will be able to run a secure Windows operating system in their home, but the company will also need to provide users with an “always-on” mode.
A Microsoft spokesperson told TechRadar that “the security features in Secure Mode are designed to prevent an attacker from changing the security settings for a user account in the background.
In addition, Microsoft will enable secure connections to Windows systems on the Internet through a secure HTTPS connection to the network.
In these scenarios, a secure connection is required by default and the user must explicitly choose the “Always-on mode” or “never connect to the Internet” setting.”
In addition to securing your PC and securing the internet, you will also be able connect to a secure Internet connection by connecting to a public Wi-Fi network.
Secure connections are also designed to reduce the risk of data loss in case a device or computer is lost or stolen,” the spokesperson added.
Secure Mode isn’t currently enabled by default, so it’s unclear how Microsoft will provide the option for users to enable it.
Microsoft recently released a guide that describes how to enable Secure Mode for your Windows 8 machine, and you can learn more about how to do so in the Windows 8 guide.
Microsoft says the secure connection setting will only be enabled when the user’s home network has access to a network.