Not the same. In the past there was a flag to enable site solation
There was also another...
Reported as fixed.
So, it's clearly about antiviruses.
I think that's for antiviruses though.
That's how Bitwarden works. If you close your browser you will need to to re-enter your password. You will probably need to change the lock...
The slow down only happens in some circumstances. Not at boot-up. At least from my experience and what I recall from others.
I wouldn't consider it good news per second, since it means in sandboxie Edge is not running in appcontainer.
Windows defender on W7 was essentially just an anti-spyware. Which is why users were encourage to use MSE instead.
The Windows Defender in W10 is...
As far as I'm aware W7 doesn't possess any of the following
Did you check with the logger?
At first, users were forced to decide between Firefox (privacy) vs Chrome (security)
With Brave around, I don't need to concern myself with such...
Is this the issue with the WRdata folder keep increasing in size?
Can't Webroot simply schedule their optimizer to empty the folder when certain...
Guess some forget or don't know that telemetry was also in Windows XP and 7
OSarmor has an advanced rule (disable by default) for "block any process executed from wmiprvse.exe"
Any news on sanboxie becoming open-source yet?
Yes. I did checked the blocked connection list. Even when I ublocked the process the KSN still wouldn't connect.
Windows 10 Home 1909
OS build: 18363.535
AV: Kaspersky Cloud Free
1. Kaspersky Cloud Network (KSN) can't connect even with...
Thanks. I have been trying out YogaDNS
A little something I have noticed in Brave (and most likely every other Chromium browser).
I have Adguard...
EAM doesn't do any SSL scanning.
The reason for this is most likely that Edge runs as appcontainer. While Chromium Edge still hasn't enabled appcontainer by default.
I'm trying to see how Brave does in these kinds of tests.
And my result from https://hidester.com/browser-fingerprint/
Adblock enabled: Yes...
The New Year is close. And I see no reason to move away from Windows 10.
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