Rest in peace Peter.
It isn't, but I see it as "semi-rolling" because part of the software can be updated to a newer version, including drivers and Kernels.
Very interesting article :) thanks.
I was impressed by the amount of work you had to put to configure Win 10. If you find the time could you...
But it is there. Check Dedoimedo's review I linked some posts above.
You should create a schedule.
If you're talking SyncBackFree, it's not the backup option you should chose but the mirror one:
That option will keep the backup disk...
I believe folder and file synchronization is superior to backup in that the data is always accessible on the external drive as it is on the...
Firefox and its derivatives (I use Palemoon) have an excellent bookmarks manager, either through the bookmarks toolbar or the bookmarks button....
They invest 43 million while giving the sack to part of the workforce ...
why do I see a contradiction here :isay:
Cinnamon is Mint's own project; their offer will always be more polished and up to date.
The only circumstance where using Cinnamon on a...
There's now Interlink Mail from the same developers.
What other mail clients apart from Thunderbird accept .xpi spell checker files?
The hunting season for the elusive grail of the perfect Distro.
Yes they are, yes it is :)
but let's agree to disagree.
How limited (if at all) is the 30 day trial?
They're supposed to create artificial scenarios. The idea of a stress test is to reveal hardware failures soon after you build your machine so you...
Adding to what Bill said I'd install CrystalDiskInfo and SpeedFan.
Yes, Firefox stopped being "our browser". Fortunately Palemoon carries the torch.
If you have a computer that can't run a Linux distro then you're in need of an upgrade, not go on Holy Grail quest for the ultimate lighter of the...
@bellgamin is there a penalty in performance if Clam is enabled?
Do you folks using Immunet turn "Enable ClamAV Engine" on?
How configurable is Defender nowadays? Could you post a snapshot of the settings?
Which I find not to be reliable.
At the end of the article there's this:
And to me it's nuff said, this is just a piece of publicity/propaganda.
Separate names with a comma.