I'm using Virtualbox. I've also used Virtual PC before. I think you'll find they are all fairly straightforward to use.
You're welcome. I just fired up my Windows 7 and XP VMs to see if there was anything interesting to share. The only thing I noticed is that I have...
I'm not. I moved on to GNU/Linux a few years ago now. I hope you're successful getting JPF to work for you. I remember it being a very capable...
Does anyone know of a way to determine which filters are not being used for a filter list?
For example, "3rd-party filters" tab > "My filters :...
I block all 3rd-party by default as well. For me, it is usually trial and error based on what I'm seeing in the logger. I'm also interested to...
This isn't really correct. All it takes is a simple filter rule to turn uBlock Origin into a "script blocker": *$script
In my experience, GPG uses TCP port 11371.
This review at DistroWatch might be of interest to you - Reach out and touch a desktop.
FYI, you can continue using the Intel Atom build on XP.
You are not alone. I'm proud to be listed on the donations page. Pale Moon was my favorite browser in Windows and now Linux.
FYI, best as I can tell on Manjaro, the firejail package is not in the official repositories. You have to build from the AUR.
I'm not seeing any issues. I use the "Add to Search Bar" extension, so that may be why.
I used to like browsing their latest Linux downloads webpage, but no more. :thumbd:
What do you guys think of Gostcrypt: https://www.gostcrypt.org/gostcrypt.php ? It is a Truecrypt clone that uses a single algorithm. Guess which...
Enjoy your vacation!
Good article. I switched to Pale Moon for Linux awhile ago and haven't had a single issue. :thumb:
I see the same behavior on my system.
Another vote for Registry Workshop. It is the best.
If it works on Linux, I'm interested.
Currently, probably nothing. I was referring to the future; I should have said improve security as needed.
Wrong. Thunderbird should be a full-featured mail client. Improve the security as needed and support new standards, but leave or move these other...
Jetico is an excellent choice. However, if Kerio was too difficult, Jetico's rule tables may prove to be even more of a challenge.
My guess is that particular TC volume has some randomly generated bytes in it that coincidentally match a MATHLAB script in Linux. Different...
Separate names with a comma.