"Im sorry Im not believed on what I put here, but I dont know how to put it down any other way than the truth", that is NOT the case. I just don't see how you came to your conclusions and you've not given any supporting details.
"I find what I find in my pc by snooping.", good, but what EXACTLY did you find and where?
" Today when I did the netstat I put it in my doc.file only to go there now and find a message come up telling me it had been moved or deleted.", OK, what I suspect has happened it that you've saved it to the desktop as that is the NORMAL dialog box you'd see when there is no file being pointed too. The question is HOW did you save the NETSTAT to the desktop, please explain? If you can't copy it, how was it done?
Most RECENT computers will have a LOT of programs installed on it when you purchase it. Skype is one of them, as Skype is now owned by MicroSoft. You'll find quite a few programs on a new computer, many you might not need. Nothing unusual here, and Skype only allows you to SHARE your desktop, that is allow someone to VIEW it, not use it.
"Protected Q:\ Location is not accessable.", and I suspect this is a drive on your Epson printer, does it have a MEDIA card slot? No card in the slot, normal message. Using Windows Explorer you should be able to RIGHT MOUSE BUTTON on it, select PROPERTIES and get more info on it.
"I dont want to share with others, hubby would be ok but no one else...how do I do that?? *since he just walked in the room...", well once you connect to a network and you have to to get on the Internet, you will share some stuff by DEFAULT. In W7 on the Systray Right mouse button on the network icon and open NETWORK AND SHARING CENTER. Then you'll see how you are connected. On that you'll see a link for FULL MAP. If any other devices are on, one of your other computers for instance, if you click on it you'll see them. On the ADVANCED settings on the left when selected you can turn of the file sharing, it is ON by default.
Also in a COMMAND PROMPT enter NET SHARE and you'll see what you are sharing, like this (I have a 4 computer network and all computers share ALL files and folders except MS restricted access files for the OS) :
Share name Resource Remark
IPC$ Remote IPC
C_XPS C:\ XPS C Drive
Games DL K:\Games DL
Image Library One
K:\Image Library One
L_XPS435 L:\ L Drive
The command completed successfully.
You can do this on ALL computers to see what THEY are sharing. PUBLIC is probably the only one that would be there by DEFAULT.
"Isnt my connection to the server a network, a LAN? Isnt that considered a network?"
No, it isn't and you are NOT connected to a SERVER but your ROUTER. Connecting to the ROUTER is called a LAN, Local Area Network, and all devices that connect to that router, either wired or wireless are on THAT LAN. The ROUTER connects to a MODEM provided by your ISP. Via that MODEM you connect to the WAN, Wide Area Network, for Internet access.
"And if this is the case how do you know what network to be on verses one you dont want to be on?"
The ROUTER can see different NETWORKS... WORKGROUP is the DEFAULT one. You can rename it, but the ROUTER might 'join' then together anyway. This isn't a real concern UNLESS it is a password protected network that you need to join, which should NOT be the case.
"And if your connected to a home router is that a type of network?" Yes, exactly.
Here are some links that might help understand more:
"Again, I had Norton at the time and it alerted me someone was accessing my pc. I went to the history and found a IP number with accessing your computer by it.", completely NORMAL, it could be almost anything... go back in the history and provide the IP address. Norton by default will put up ALOT of informational messages. Even when a WEB SITE tries to put a COOKIE on your computer or a program you are running tries to do something it thinks is wrong. DETAILS here helps on understand what is going on.
" I called the tech support for my ISP, gave them the number and they told me who it was *name* and where they were located *my servers address*. When I told her that the address was my server and the persons name she gave me was the IT tech is when she handed me over to her supervisor who stated we needed to talk to the server on Monday morning.", details needed again here. First there is no such thing as "my servers address". You probably are NOT running a server, unless you are HOST an INTERNET service, like FTP, TORRENT, or Web Site to name a few. What you might have is a LOCAL PRIVATE IP Address, starting with 192.168.X.Y where X is probably 0 or 1 and Y is probably 0. You can determine YOUR IP Address from the IPCONFIG /ALL command in a COMMAND PROMPT. Two lines to look at :
IPv4 Address. . . . . . . . . . . : 192.168.1.2(Preferred) <-- Your Computer's IP Address
Default Gateway . . . . . . . . . : 192.168.1.1 <--- IP Address of YOUR Router.
To see your WAN IP Address, the address of your MODEM on the WAN, go to http://mywanip.com/. If you saw ANY of these above, you saw yourself, also 127.0.01 is you.
"What can I do when a message comes up telling me I have to ask for the Administrators permission to look at files?", and this means you do NOT have the correct permissions to have access. Can be because you did NOT give the permission via UAC (User Access Control) dialog box or you are not running at the Administrator. There are 3 Administrators here on W7 basically. You can be an Administrator (user ID) but you do NOT have FULL Administrator rights. Especially with a COMMAND PROMPT. Follow instructions here on how to do it, https://www.howtogeek.com/howto/windows-vista/run-a-command-as-administrator-from-the-windows-vista-run-box/. The other is more advanced, running as the True Hidden Administrator, but that should NOT be needed now.
"Also a lot of my programs I go to them and some of them are whited out and I cant access them or parts of them.", don't understand, explain more or take screenshots and post please. Any error or dialog box messages, please provide them if so.
"When I type in Microsoft help, it takes me to a place called Microsoft Tech Net for IP techs. When I come across some problems in my pc a message comes up telling me again to go to Microsoft Tech Net for IP techs. In the beginning of this a exe. script box came up with PasswordReader.exe in it and showed it was downloading. I did not do this and have no idea how or where it came from.", I think you entered this in the Browser and it took you to a place where you 'PURCHASE' on-line support. This is a program that probably would allow a tech to connect with you via CHAT and then get on your system possibly? Where did you actually go to on the Browser, there are MANY. Normally one would open the START ORB on the lower right and USE HELP AND SUPPORT there to look for problem answers. What did you actually do?