There are other things like that in the OS that give people pause. Since this is a work machine, your IT staff may have to fix that if it's causing problems. For most we tell them to not click it and to ignore it.
-> But you do bring up a good point. Today's users don't have the benefit of using Windows over the past 2 decades so they might think all these issues were sorted out. (they weren't!)
i have a desktop computer.which is doing strange things
for the last month.When I'm visiting a web page ,my computer will go to windows 7 login page.Below the login is a switch user button.If I click on the switch user button I.m told,others using my computer(I don,t have home network.I have a work network) won't have access.So if i,m on a work network
and only my computer has access,why the switch user
showing below the login?
My computer is Windows 7, 8 gb ram, 1 tb hd and intel core I3.Thanks for any assistance.