Thisis the screen that pops up when the files contained in the disk aresupposed to be viewed by users with real intent of using them safely.The screen directly states that the files contained in the folder theuser intend to open, are hidden because they keep enabling thecomputer system to work properly. The screen therefore instructs thatthe contents of the disc should not be modified because. However, thescreen gives the option of showing the files to the user who intendsto view them. The screen indicates cautionary information to the userin order to protect the computer system.
Theimplied information is that the files contained in the disc arecomputer system files that should not be interfered with. Theimplication is that the user can still view them. It also impliesthat the user can open the disk if it contains files of interest tohim or her. To critically think on the details of the whole message,it is always recommended that the meaning of information be evaluatedin entirety and not piecemeal interpretation (Gardner 91). It is forthis reason that the screen offers another message showing the optionto open the folder and view the files.
Thisscreen message is placed to inform, instruct and caution the actionsof computer users on the level of importance of various files in thesystem. The message is written by the software engineers of MicrosoftXP to all the users of the operating system. This reveals the tenderrelationship between Microsoft software developers and customers. Thesoftware developers seek to educate and guide customers to useMicrosoft software in a safe and a continued manner withoutdisruptions caused by ignorance of the users.
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