Do you ever send important business messages from your desktop? What about private personal messages to family and friends? Of course you do - that's the whole point of messaging apps.
And let me guess. When you send these messages, you want to keep them private. Otherwise you would have copied other people, or the NSA for that matter.
While it's easy to send messages or emails from your desktop, they might not be as private as you would hope. It's an uneasy feeling to say the least, especially in light of the revelations about the extent of the NSA's snooping, but there are things you can do to keep your private messages private.
That's why you should check out Telegram Desktop. It's an app that focuses on sending free, speedy, safe and secure messages through encryption. Messages you send can also self-destruct, should you so choose.