I've been testing this browser a bit - so far I like it, it has a nice feature-set
well of course google has money aplenty to burn, it's google *puppy*
share a steak w\me *puppy*
there are still folks taking the modern updates and integrating them into windows xp
i am thinking 7...
learn a few boolean operators for one's respective search engine and it should be good, also would google abandon or demote it's homeuser base ?
mark - brian k is a master of hard disks\partitions - i can only express admirations
brian k : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EIPIOXqE4X4
triple boot at the moment, Q4OS/kubuntu/windows 10, windows 7 in vm
i like the barebones aspect of q4
cool, you have inspired me - maybe it's time i moved on from windows 98se *puppy*
fingers crossed that i can find a way to play the old windows...
If those 2 machines don't need online access, you could run them as they are into the foreseeable future. If the machines need occasional online...
Pete the machines need to remain online?
i've had no problem running kubuntu from it's own partition , runs without problem dual boot, bit of a different paradigm from windows but you...
that laptop will be good to use for many years
it's not too likely that god had anything to do with it..
who can say? who knows these mysteries?*puppy*
you could install windows on some old laptop and try it out for testing purposes *puppy*
i had been looking at ksysguad to see if it could monitor in realtime like process explorer , as far as i could see it can't, but i did find...
antics like these are why i went back to windows 2000, if i can play baldur's gate i'm happy *puppy*
So, I have been working a little with fedora, kubuntu, kde desktop - Most things seem to work well. I haven't tried other desktops such as...
how new is the computer you'd be transferring windows 7 to? would it be newly-purchased ?
Enjoyed the article Mark -
I have an idea for one of your write-ups:
you had mentioned at one point that your most trusted machines, run windows...
Brian - you always go the extra mile to help out people, your hard work here is always appreciated
hey folks - i am curious to know thoughts - i use the same hosts lists on my android as i do in my browser, i.e. umatrix\ublock
how does this work...
interesting stuff this, doing some reading up on it, thanks for the link mood *puppy*
Gents, could someone point me to a good article on browser tracking, it's an interesting topic.
Also, I use privacy badger, as well as umatrix...
if the defender service is disabled, does that disable the exploit mitigations as well?
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