It can be difficult to get your mind around the idea of turning off your digital footprint.

However, if you’re considering a switch to the internet and your digital life is a part of it, you may find that you can reduce the number of downloads and uploads you do by reducing the amount of data you use.

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Make a backup of your important files before you delete them, so you can easily access them again The simplest way to get the most out of your digital content is to make a backup.

If you haven’t yet done this, make a note of all your important documents, photos, videos and any other files that you need to keep.

The more important files you have, the more important you are.

If they’ve been lost or damaged, this is the perfect time to get them.

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Get rid of all the old emails You can easily delete your email inbox in the event that you’re in a hurry and you’re not using it.

But you can also use a system like Gmail to organise your inbox and make it easy to organise the things you need at once.

You can even set up a new inbox for email.

Read our guide on how to get started.

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Delete all the emails you receive Every time you send or receive an email, whether from a trusted source or not, there’s a chance it could contain viruses or other harmful files.

This is why you need a virus scan to check for any potentially malicious content.

There are plenty of free services to help you scan for potentially malicious emails, including Avast, VirusTotal and Sender Free.

Read about what you can do to remove potentially unwanted email.

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Get your computer back online If you’re using a different email service to your normal one, you can try to keep it online so you don’t miss out on important work or meetings.

But if you want to use your old email, you’ll need to re-establish your connection.

You’ll need a computer to do this, and you’ll also need to log into your account on the new service to make sure you have the correct settings.

You might need to login to your email account again to make it work.

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Start a Facebook group If you use Facebook, you should start a group for your online activity.

Your local Facebook group is where you can find people who are interested in the same interests as you.

Start your own group and share with your network, as long as you’ve got some people who can keep up with your new friends.

The best way to do so is to start a new Facebook group.

You could start a Facebook page, but that’s a bit of a hassle.

Read on to find out how to create a Facebook Group.

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Make your inbox private You might have noticed that you get a lot of emails and messages that you don´t really need to respond to.

But it can be hard to keep up to date with what you receive.

This can be especially true when you are working on a project or if you are trying to manage your digital activity.

You don’t want to waste valuable time and energy answering email when you can be doing more productive work.

You should make sure that your inbox is private and secure, so that only you can read your messages.

To do this you can: 1/ Set a time limit for each message.

Set the time limit so that it’s always at least 30 minutes, and no more than five minutes.

2 / Delete unwanted emails that you receive in your inbox.

If there are emails that are still in your mailbox, you need the ability to delete them.

You need to delete any messages that are from someone you donít know, from people who don’t share your interests or from people that you do know, and that you have no reason to believe are related to your interests.

Read this guide on deleting unwanted emails.

3 / Delete messages from people you do not know.

If your emails are from people whose email address you don’t know and you receive a message from them, you want it to be a message that you find distasteful, offensive, or threatening.

If it isn’t, you could delete it. 4 / Delete emails that contain personal information.

You want to avoid sending unwanted messages to people you donÙt think are your friends.

You also want to be wary of sending messages to a friend you do trust.

Read these tips on what you should do if you receive unsolicited emails.

5 / Set up a spam filter.

It might be tempting to send your inbox a message about a file that has already been downloaded, but this could be counterproductive.

Instead, you might want to set up spam filters.

Read all the rules and regulations about spam filters in this guide.

6 / Create a personalised message.

You already know that your email address is important.

If someone sends