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What is "Session Watcher"? Should I be worried that it came up on my Windows computer at work? Is it spyware or a way of controlling my computer remotely?

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What is "Session Watcher"? Should I be worried that it came up on my Windows computer at work? Is it spyware or a way of controlling my computer remotely?

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The application is used to monitor your computer from a distance. In simple words, yes, it is used for remote controlling. Please ask your local administrator of your domain regarding this matter because if you delete it, you might get yourself into trouble so it's better to ask a question first. If you get the approve, then you should delete the application and remove it from the startup.

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When you think about it, buying when iteernst rates are at their lowest is kinda dumb. RE prices tend to peak, and the chances are that when it comes time to refinance, the rates will be higher. And then there's equity loss due to a cyclical bust. Wouldn't it be better to buy when rates are high. There's downward pressure on prices, and perhaps an influx of motivated sellars/foreclosures. And chances are better that when it comes time to refinance, the rates will be lower. And the likely appreciation will add equity. RE is a market driven by affordability. Easy credit enabled buyers to "afford" overpriced RE. In order for a buyer to "afford" RE at high iteernst, the RE must be priced less. [Sigh] Am I just weird for coming to this conclusion?

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