Auto-saving and the permeation of digital storage into almost all document based programs provides easy security for the user’s work. The utilization of these features allows the current generation ease of mind when reformatting or simply exploring the program interface, an activity that used to risk the work being lost. Before the advent of digital storage and auto-saving features, accidental closure, unplugging, or failure to save meant the unrecoverable loss of the document. This stratifies the user base by age, the fear of losing work manifests itself in a trepidation to explore the program, or simply click around. My cousin, at eight years old, knows that hitting the home button on the iPad doesn’t close whatever app he was using, but my mother still brings it to me thinking she closed her email for good. This is not the only reason she is uncomfortable using technology like this, but its contributes to her unease with navigating around it, and exploring features she doesn’t know. The digital generation has grown up with an understanding that program services like email and online word processors will save their work for them, which allows them the comfort of manipulating and exploring the program’s limits without risking their work.