I tried to go back to it by uninstalling KSC Free, and it slowed down file browsing. I'll wait for them to improve it further.
I couldn't exclude a website from being scanned by KFA, which is why I switched to KSCF.
The catch is that robots aren't customers.
Waterfox uses the old interface and is updated.
Probably Waterfox, with an updated version that uses legacy addons and an alpha version.
Globally, most human beings are poor, which means not just TV but even radio will remain popular.
I found this interesting video about WD, and it shows why it can be heavy:
This reminds me of Filmstruck, which went offline, causing various rare films to no longer be available.
I suppose my point is that I'd rather...
I read somewhere that Mozilla might follow some of the proposals. I don't know if that and other factors might affect addons also used for Waterfox.
Will Waterfox also be affected?
I got a copy of Backupper Pro for free in the past, but had to stop using it because I was experiencing BSODs. (I'm also using Win 8.1.) Has...
I mean combine parts of files.
In my case, I need additional drives for apps and data.
I experienced similar in the past, i.e., computers generally became faster after I used a third-party defragger. However, I realized that they...
Waterfox because I need to change the UI, use addons that can download videos, etc. I leave IE because it comes with the OS, and then add Tor and...
As long as it's needed for games.
I think it's businesses that want to spy on customers and profit from such, with governments riding along.
I use the free version of Windows 10 Firewall Control by Sphinx Soft, but it's not open source.
MS disk cleanup and optimizer
Very small compared to the amounts in bailouts that the government gave to bankers during the last few years.
I just found out that there might be something (perhaps third-party programs) that does not make the system idle such that the scheduled defrag...
There is a study here that shows that there's not much difference in terms of results between the built-in feature and others. However, I did...
There's also the Crashplan desktop app.
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