Ok, no love for v26 then?
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Ok, no love for v26 then?
Pr0n sites are much less likely to carry malware exploits than we are often led to believe, it's a huge industry that wouldn't put up with that from popular sites, to which they frequently release...
Yes, ad-blocking will make a big difference on many sites (not sure that the site in the OP is one of them or not), without DNS calls going out to advertising servers there will be less for your...
Any changes are likely to be from changes made via Disk Management, System Restore, Rollbacks from later versions or Windows Updates.
Whatever the reason, any minor fragmentation levels on a...
I get a redirect back to the Award space hosting site, as in post #7, lower image. It might be that Bravenet or wherever it is supposed to link to, is blocked by security software thus the displayed...
One of the Ati*****.exe drivers that loads at boot adds keyboard shortcuts to switching resolutions, etc...
Version might be useful for comparison.
I just installed Firefox, the ESR (stable, for Enterprise) current 38 version, that page peaked at ~825MB and I never saw a gif. The page is badly coded, it behaves pretty well in IE11 though it's...
Just a badly coded page (or browser), imo.
Here with Pale Moon x64 (latest Beta), 24 tabs open/active ~700MB, opening that page adds ~100MB (the x86 version would likely use 10-15% less).
Please read the Announcement above: http://windowssecrets.com/forums/announcement.php?f=53
Which automatically feeds you the version with the bundled 3rd party software, which is exactly what most of us are trying to avoid.
Martin Brinkmann over at Ghacks has done a little write up on some of the changes that this update brings.
Well, fix your whitelist, spam filter and your Penton subscriptions :cool:
Creating a whitelist is great - but you have to keep it updated.
Folks, you do realise that you have control over what emails you receive from Penton, yes?
Berton, I could have unsubscribed you via the (deleted) URL you posted, this implies that it wasn't spam...
Check the driver dates (Modified dates) with DriverView. 2016 drivers would have been released from about the previous August onwards, with a new OS out, that might be earlier this time around.
Use one of the alt. software suggested, chances are that Speccy hasn't got the correct data for your sensor, something I see reported regularly.
I'm using uBlock Origin with the uBlock filter lists, in both Pale Moon x64 and Firefox ESR, I use the other default lists in my hosts file to cover all software installed.
Haven't had NoScript...
What other drivers are listed for the Standard AHCI 1.0 Serial ATA Controller in Device Manager?
Also for the Active Channel - the one the Windows SSD is connected to?
For those looking for an alternative to Thunderbird, there's Fossamail.
You could give the free PrivateFirewall a try: http://www.privacyware.com/personal_firewall.html
You can walk Paul through that, I've no use for multi- terabyte drives so I've yet to experience that method :)
The IP address will now be hidden by default: http://blogs.skype.com/2016/01/21/to-our-gamers-ip-will-now-be-hidden-by-default-in-latest-update/
Have you tried unpinning and then repinning the icon?
Do you not get a FX 'slide up' for the open browser when you hover the pointer over the Tasbar icon?
A GeForce GT 730 GDDR5 would be the card to aim for, modern, capable, efficient (~25W). Anything with a higher power draw might prove too much, esp. if your PC has one of the better CPU options...