I'm using it with Firefox and I had no problems with it.
I can't remember the last time I've seen a toolbar on IE, but I also can't remember the last PC with IE as the default browser.
Check if Parse and enforce cosmetic filters is checked in ublock's settings page. Those filters are working fine on my Firefox.
It's a nice tool and I was thinking using it on Windows PCs to keep them updated.
If you're on firefox you could use the Self-Destructing Cookies addon if you're worried about tracking.
That's another beauty of Windows updates. After you finished downloading and installing 100-200 updates, there's usually another batch to download...
I had this problem with all Windows versions. If you wake me in the middle of the night and ask me what I despise the most on Windows, Windows...
Why do they change the GUI (almost) every new release?
DeadBeef is almost a foobar2000 clone. Foobar under wine is working very well.
You can also do it with uMatrix.
One of my problems is that what is legal today it might not be tomorrow. Humans have a bad habit of electing/supporting extreme parties/people.
Are you sure you have an incoming block rule for that app?
You can also have Pale Moon and Cyberfox on Linux.
I have both of them blocked. The only error I got, some old games wouldn't run for the first time unless rundll was allowed.
8.1, on Windows 8.1 I stopped using Classic Shell, but on 10 I'm back to it.
qpdfview // SumatraPDF
Audacious // Foobar2000
To be honest, Chrome Store is full of crap addons. Maybe it is because I stay away from Chrome browsers, but I don't know any extension that...
There are 1395 games for Linux on Steam right now. Most AAA are missing, but you can game very nice on Linux if you're not obsessed with AAA.
The upgrade will give you a boost if your work is CPU intensive, but Piledriver is 3 years old (yes, AMD had nothing new on the Desktop market in...
I don't know who would, I install Sumatra on any Windows PC I set up, but the point was that being a desktop app doesn't make it safe.
The most popular PDF app, Adobe Reader, is not an example of a safe app either.
Yes, they can.
If you read tech books stay away from any e-ink device with a screen smaller than 10 inch.
You can find cheap books at Story Bundle and Humble...
Yeah, you give them confidence, until they'll find that it was all useless because some idiot was keeping the password in plain text or unsalted....
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