This looks like a great idea—remembering everything you see on your computer. I downloaded the app to see how it works. It apparently puts copies of everything in the cloud in an account in your name. They encrypt your data and claim that their cloud is secure. If you are in the habit of using cloud services these claims are comparable to other services and may satisfy you. Given what Atlas Recall does it's no doubt a good idea to use cloud storage for its results given the limited space on most modern computers. I have no problem with it storing web pages and social media content accessed via the web; this might be its strongest feature because this kind of content is hard to locate. But it also saves content from the apps you use on your computer, like e-mail. What's not clear is if it just makes copies of your documents or actually moves them to the cloud. I need to enquire further about this. They have a link for asking questions. The solution is probably to block the storage of content from my computer, which apparently can be done easily enough. Because I haven't tested it thoroughly I won't rate it at this time. If I decide to use it I'll come back later.