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Avast Free Antivirus 8 months 4 days ago MidnightCowboy

I don't use Winbdows and this thread is a bit old now but unless they've changed the opt-out system since, you might find your answer here. MC - Site Manager. https://forum.avast.com/index.php?topic=177231.0

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Avast Free Antivirus 8 months 4 days ago k31thw

About to uninstall AVAST as every time it updates, it installs Chrome automatically. Can't find a way to stop it so will replace it.

Very annoying!

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Easily Blur, Pixelate or Black Out Parts of an Image 8 months 4 days ago godel

Neat program, and monitoring comms with NetWorx it appears that nothing is sent from your computer.

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Free C#, .NET, and ASP.NET Videos and Tutorials for Beginners 8 months 4 days ago johnmw1

Hi,
I would like to be able to make an app for myself which displays daily pollen counts. For whatever reason, in my part of the country (Australia), there is not an app which shows this type of local information which is so important for us asthma and hayfever sufferers.

So my question would be is this where I would begin to learn how to make an app, as I have no idea what C#, ASP.NET or .NET actually are?

Cheers,
John

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Free C#, .NET, and ASP.NET Videos and Tutorials for Beginners 8 months 5 days ago Ronatola

These look really good thanks.
Going to show them to my 16 yr old Daughter and see if she wants to do a few together.

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Perform Unit Conversions and Calculations With This Simple, Free Calculator 8 months 5 days ago rhiannon

Thanks bunches. I'm not going to mention how many times I read that and it slipped right past my eyes. :-O

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Perform Unit Conversions and Calculations With This Simple, Free Calculator 8 months 5 days ago MidnightCowboy

I read this too and missed it. Amazing how some word or phrase errors trigger with certain people and not others. Had to look at this one twice too before it hit me. MC - Site Manager. https://www.thesun.co.uk/fabulous/10038654/friends-primark-tshirt-typo/

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Perform Unit Conversions and Calculations With This Simple, Free Calculator 8 months 5 days ago Jojo Yee Thanks dwainwood for bringing up to our attention. The typo has now been fixed. view
Perform Unit Conversions and Calculations With This Simple, Free Calculator 8 months 5 days ago dwainwood

You may want to fix your typo in the headline. I think you meant to type "conversions" and not conversations.

Perform Unit Conversations and Calculations With This Simple, Free Calculator

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Best Free Registry Cleaner 8 months 6 days ago alexcord873

Thanks for the list sharing. But I am using System Care Pro from last year this is best cleaner tools for my pc and it is Free no any cost. So i want to suggest you can also use System Care pro for pc. https://systemcarepro.net/

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Listen to 30+ Channels of Commercials Free Music, for Free 8 months 1 week ago rhiannon

You're very welcome.

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Free C#, .NET, and ASP.NET Videos and Tutorials for Beginners 8 months 1 week ago Panzer Some additional info: https://www.hanselman.com/blog/HowToDownloadOver80Free101levelCNETAndASP... view
Freemake Video Converter 8 months 1 week ago BradG59

It;s the WHOLE video for me, unless you pay for premium. Uninstalling!!

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Best Free Software for Linux 8 months 1 week ago Panzer SmokePing keeps track of your network latency: https://oss.oetiker.ch/smokeping/index.en.html view
Listen to 30+ Channels of Commercials Free Music, for Free 8 months 1 week ago Mike C

Just pushed this through Roku. Thank you very much

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Best Free Software for Linux 8 months 1 week ago Panzer "... Technitium DNS Server is an open source tool that can be used for self hosting a local DNS server for privacy & security or used for experimentation/testing by software developers on their computer. It works out-of-the-box with no or minimal configuration and provides a user friendly web console accessible using any web browser...": https://technitium.com/dns/ https://github.com/TechnitiumSoftware/DnsServer view
Best Free Software for Linux 8 months 1 week ago Panzer SimpleScreenRecorder: https://www.maartenbaert.be/simplescreenrecorder/ https://github.com/MaartenBaert/ssr view
Listen to 30+ Channels of Commercials Free Music, for Free 8 months 1 week ago B.Elsner

MalwareBytes on my MacBook Air detected a PUP add-on having to do with this extension. Word for "PUP.Optional.Mindspark" was a PUP. I removed it.

Prefer myTuner Radio app at Appstore.

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Manage Your Browser Bookmarks With This Free Program 8 months 1 week ago frinkydinkydink

I took a look at this but Linkman is crazy dated. There are better browser based bookmark managers now such as Bookmark OS https://bookmarkos.com

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Listen to 30+ Channels of Commercials Free Music, for Free 8 months 1 week ago B.Elsner

Malwarebytes found a PUP program.

https://forums.malwarebytes.com/topic/217055-removal-instructions-for-radiorage/

https://www.myantispyware.com/2017/04/09/how-to-remove-radiorage-chrome-firefox-ie-edge/

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Listen to 30+ Channels of Commercials Free Music, for Free 8 months 1 week ago rhiannon

I've checked out radio garden a few times. I'm glad it works so well for you. I've looked at it a few times over the past year or so. The only ads I know of are the ones the radio stations themselves run, the site itself doesn't seem to have ads, at least not in a browser with no add-on or extensions.

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Listen to 30+ Channels of Commercials Free Music, for Free 8 months 1 week ago rhiannon

There are some good music apps on mobile.

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Listen to 30+ Channels of Commercials Free Music, for Free 8 months 1 week ago Geekomatic

I sent through a link to radio.garden, as well. No, it's not commercial-free, but you can listen to stations all over the globe, which is cool- it even tells you the local time there. It's nice if you know a station you like from another spot and if they are online, you can listen from anywhere!

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Sandboxie Is Released As Freeware, Soon To Be Open Source 8 months 1 week ago abrandt

After I came to understand the security and safety benefits of Sandboxie (thanks to @bo elam )... I gladly subscribed to the PRO version without reservation. SEE: https://win10.guru/toolkit-item-sandboxie-by-guest-author-bo-elam/

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Listen to 30+ Channels of Commercials Free Music, for Free 8 months 1 week ago rhiannon

I like that one too.

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Sandboxie Is Released As Freeware, Soon To Be Open Source 8 months 1 week ago rhiannon

Good points.
Releasing code to open source is actually a good thing. It let's anyone see what's in the code - people see if there's something wrong so it can be fixed, see if something has been added that shouldn't be there, and can make suggestions for additions.
Lots of eyes on the code is a good thing. The other thing that's good is that anyone with the skills can improve the program and add features.

There are some good programs that create a virtual machine in your computer (Virtual Box comes to mind), one of the differences between Sandboxie and a virtual machine is that Sandboxie has an option that allows you to keep some aspects of the Sandbox session. If you download a program and opt to keep it, it will still be there when you close Sandboxie.
Virtual machine programs don't, as far as I know, retain any changes from any session - if you download a program I believe it disappears. I haven't used one for a while so I'm not 100% sure about that, I'm going on past experience.

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99 Practical Tech and Life Hacks and Tips 8 months 1 week ago rhiannon

Thanks for the tip. :)

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99 Practical Tech and Life Hacks and Tips 8 months 1 week ago rhiannon

You're welcome. :)

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Listen to 30+ Channels of Commercials Free Music, for Free 8 months 1 week ago rhiannon

It's rare to find a site with good music that doesn't have ads and/or registration.

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View Plants of the World Online Database for Free 8 months 1 week ago rhiannon

I love plants and gardening, I spent a lot of time there. I'm glad you like it.

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Sandboxie Is Released As Freeware, Soon To Be Open Source 8 months 1 week ago mchldpy

at rhiannon,
Something To Be AWARE Of -
Some years ago when Tzuk still owned it, (before Sophos ended up with it) there were (a few) Malicious Code Writers that figured out how to have their M S/W look for the indications that they were in a sandbox.. The germs would then lay low/remain doormat until the user (thinking the s/w was clean) would then install it into their system. Thankfully not every germ writer knew how to do this and Tzuk was able to change something (in his code?) that made it harder or impossible for the germs to tell when they were in a virtual environment.

Sophos announced that they were going to release the [Source Code] to the project when they announced there were no more paid versions the other day.

I may not be the sharpest knife in the drawer but won't this make it easier for Malicious Cogwaddlers to defeat the program?
There used to be a couple of standalone programs that created temporary virtual environments, StorageCraft also had one as did Acronis True Image ("Try It and Decide" or something) but were abandoned because of the
difficulty in not letting the Malware know they were in a sandbox.
Except Sandboxie.
Seems like that could change if the code is released.

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Listen to 30+ Channels of Commercials Free Music, for Free 8 months 1 week ago mchldpy

The "Bar-Rockin Country Channel"

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Listen to 30+ Channels of Commercials Free Music, for Free 8 months 1 week ago Geekomatic

I LOVE somafm! I've been a faithful listener for years now. I have LUSH installed through my AVR/Tune-in radio so I can listen all day long to this incredibly smooth & catchy station.

PS: Somafm is entirely listener supported. It's so fantastic to hear great music w/no commercials to ruin the vibe.

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View Plants of the World Online Database for Free 8 months 1 week ago classicggma65

Wiw...one can easily get lost here just browsing through. If you're a plant lover and/or gardener it's a great site. Thanx rhiannon.

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Best Free Software for Linux 8 months 1 week ago Panzer Ferdi is a messaging browser that allows you to combine your favorite messaging services into one application: https://getferdi.com https://github.com/getferdi/ferdi Hamsket - a messaging and emailing app that combines common web applications into one: https://github.com/TheGoddessInari/hamsket view
Best Free Software for Linux 8 months 1 week ago Panzer "... ReversingHero is a Reverse Engineering self learning kit wrapped inside one binary file. It is made of 15 levels, with difficulty gradually increasing...:" https://www.reversinghero.com view
Battery Doctor 8 months 1 week ago Calidore

https://www.theverge.com/2018/11/26/18113415/android-apps-google-play-cheetah-mobile-kika-tech

And FWIW, I've seen more than one write-up claim battery savers in general, as well as RAM savers and etc, are useless on Android.

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Best Free Software for Linux 8 months 1 week ago Panzer MagicPad is an OpenPGP encryption/decryption tool for beginners: https://www.magicpad.io https://github.com/hyundotio/magicpad view
Battery Doctor 8 months 1 week ago cray4

https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.ijinshan.kbatterydoctor_en&hl=en

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Battery Doctor 8 months 1 week ago ldmpub

Hi,

I can not find this app on Google Play with my phone (either location or manufacturer restrictions which are Europe/France and Samsung Galaxy S7) ;-(.

Only "Clean master" app is available in the store for editor "Cheetah Mobile".

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99 Practical Tech and Life Hacks and Tips 8 months 1 week ago mchldpy

I like tips and tricks, thanks. For a little more granular control than the spacebar, up and down arrows.

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99 Practical Tech and Life Hacks and Tips 8 months 1 week ago mchldpy

printer tip for no black ink, thanks

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View Plants of the World Online Database for Free 8 months 1 week ago rhiannon

I'm glad you like it. :)

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View Plants of the World Online Database for Free 8 months 1 week ago jiligahi

Nice and useful thank You

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33 Sites With Great Icons You Can Download for Free 8 months 2 weeks ago rhiannon

You're welcome. :) I'm happy you like it. I thought there were some nice ones in there and some unique subjects.

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33 Sites With Great Icons You Can Download for Free 8 months 2 weeks ago Unc_Tarheel_4Ever

WOW! That is one extensive listing with so many icons to see & look at, it'll wear out my eyes! Thanks for the great find as always!

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Easily Blur, Pixelate or Black Out Parts of an Image 8 months 2 weeks ago rhiannon

Thanks MC. :)

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Easily Blur, Pixelate or Black Out Parts of an Image 8 months 2 weeks ago MidnightCowboy

The link is included in the article. MC - Site Manager. 

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Easily Blur, Pixelate or Black Out Parts of an Image 8 months 2 weeks ago classicggma65

Sounds great, but do you have a link? Tried a search but got so many "redact"s that it was confusing which one you are talking about.

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SearchMyFiles 8 months 2 weeks ago helpneeded

Option to delete 1st,last,or other choices reuquired.

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Easily Blur, Pixelate or Black Out Parts of an Image 8 months 2 weeks ago rhiannon

You're more than welcome, I'm glad you like it.

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Easily Blur, Pixelate or Black Out Parts of an Image 8 months 2 weeks ago Frank D

Excellent find! Thank you!

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Malwarebytes Launches Browser Guard for Chrome and Firefox 8 months 2 weeks ago rhiannon

I hadn't thought of it being like Ghostery. You can disable protection for individual sites in Malwarebytes - there's the option to turn off any or all of these options on individual sites: disable ads/trackers, malware, scams, and PUP's (potentially unwanted programs).

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Malwarebytes Launches Browser Guard for Chrome and Firefox 8 months 2 weeks ago rhiannon

NoScript is currently at the Firefox add-on page:
https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/noscript/
If I can't get an add-on to install, I right click on it, save as .xpi, download, and drag and drop it on the extension page or use the Install Add-on from File option.

I usually use this instead:
https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/disable-javascript/

I've used this but it lacks site specific options:
https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/javascript-toggler
(toolbar button that toggles Java on and off)

I haven't used this but it looks promising, I'll have to give it a try:
https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/whitelist-javascript

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Sandboxie Is Released As Freeware, Soon To Be Open Source 8 months 2 weeks ago MidnightCowboy

An interesting review of Sandboxie here. MC - Site Manager. https://www.dedoimedo.com/computers/sandboxie-review.html

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Malwarebytes Launches Browser Guard for Chrome and Firefox 8 months 2 weeks ago crombierob

I have felt safest when using FF with NoScript. I have been using that for years.
I still can, because FF has stopped updating it's versions for those of us using XP
NoScript is no longer available in the later versions of FF.
For my XP browsing, it is lucky that FF insists that I have to use that earlier FF version (which NoScript still works in)

I use W10 occasionally, so I would be interested in knowing how I can have java script disabling like NoScript used to do.
Anyone have any suggestions ?

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Malwarebytes Launches Browser Guard for Chrome and Firefox 8 months 2 weeks ago rhiannon

That is always a personal choice.
The four permissions that the add-on asks for are listed on the page for the add-on:

This add-on can:

  • Access your data for all websites
  • Download files and read and modify the browser’s download history
  • Access browser tabs
  • Store unlimited amount of client-side data

I don't see "communicate with cooperating websites" listed there, or when the add-on is installed (I just installed it):


Here's a link to what permissions are in Firefox:
https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/kb/permission-request-messages-firefox...

The "communicate with cooperating websites" isn't listed at the permissions page.

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Malwarebytes Launches Browser Guard for Chrome and Firefox 8 months 2 weeks ago rhiannon

That is, as always, up to you.
You can go the Firefox add-ons page and view the privacy policy of any add-on.
As far as I know, most Chrome exensions have no listed privacy policy, it's probably available on the developers site.

Here's the link to Malwarebytes privacy policy for Firefox:
https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/malwarebytes/privacy/

Here's a link to what the permissions mean in Firefox:
https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/kb/permission-request-messages-firefox...

If there's anything in the policy you aren't comfortable with I would avoid installing the add-on. ¯\_(ツ)_/¯

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Malwarebytes Launches Browser Guard for Chrome and Firefox 8 months 2 weeks ago snakyjake

Is it better to have Malwarebytes collect my browsing habits, or these sites with unwanted content?

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Malwarebytes Launches Browser Guard for Chrome and Firefox 8 months 2 weeks ago snakyjake

I don't like this idea from Malwarebytes:
"Communicate with cooperating websites".

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Malwarebytes Launches Browser Guard for Chrome and Firefox 8 months 2 weeks ago classicggma65

Sounds like MB is trying to add Ghostery features. Love Ghostery because I can allow specific advertising sires on just one or two single survey sites. Surveys are many times put out by advertisers and if I cannot allow them on whichever survey I am doing I lose points and/or cut down the number of surveys I am shown. In other words, I cannot have a blanket shutdown of these ads/adware etc I will not be able to do most surveys. Ghostery allows the ad sites on my surveys without allowing all the ads everywhere else. Think I'll keep my Ghostery as it works with AdGuard perfectly. Thanx rhiannon.

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The Ideal Complement To Your Existing Security Software 8 months 2 weeks ago danielson

Think VoodooShield deserves another round of attention.

In combo with Windows Defender and VoodooShield's latest 5.02 version suites me just fine (talking basic free level of course).

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Best Free Mega Web Browser 8 months 2 weeks ago Panzer Whale browser: https://whale.naver.com/en/ view
Sandboxie Is Released As Freeware, Soon To Be Open Source 8 months 2 weeks ago rhiannon

Oh that is a great tip, thank you. And thank you for the kind words.

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Sandboxie Is Released As Freeware, Soon To Be Open Source 8 months 2 weeks ago rhiannon

Lol no, I didn't know, and thank you for the information. :)

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Sandboxie Is Released As Freeware, Soon To Be Open Source 8 months 2 weeks ago mchldpy

rhiannon said
[QUOTE]
I agree. When it went to a paid version I stopped using it, I'm glad it's freeware.
[END QUOTE]

I guess you didn't know, there has always been a free version available. When Tzuk owned it from 2004 to Dec 2016, he had the Pro version for sale and if after 30 days you didn't activate it you lost a few functionalities ie ... only the default sandbox, (no additional sandboxes) no Forced Programs and a nag screen for 10 seconds and you had to wait for the ten seconds before starting a program in a sandbox.
Even when Invincea bought it and then got bought up by Sophos in Feb of 2017 and started selling a paid Home version and a paid Commercial version you could download the home version and after 30 days you lost the few functionalities unless you already had the free version installed, then it went straight to the limited version.
I've been using the free version all along until today when I read your article (Thanks for that by the way) and D/L 5.34 x64.
If you use the Wayback Machine you can still download versions back to 3.76.
Some guy turned me on to this back in 04/05, I believe his name was Ian Richards. I was really grateful. This was the best thing I'd seen since sliced bread hit the table.
With Buster Sandbox Analyzer you can watch the scumware you catch in your Sandboxie sandbox.

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Sandboxie Is Released As Freeware, Soon To Be Open Source 8 months 2 weeks ago Krunk

No confusion here. You do a great job, rhiannon.
Thanks for the Windows sandbox info. This is the first I've heard of it being possible in the Home edition. Will definitely try it out.
My one issue was enabling Virtualization in the UEFI. Finally found the setting on one of my computers but still can't find it on the other.
Came across this tip: You can see if Virtualization is enabled by checking the Task Manager Performance tab (lower right side).

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Sandboxie Is Released As Freeware, Soon To Be Open Source 8 months 2 weeks ago rhiannon

I agree. When it went to a paid version I stopped using it, I'm glad it's freeware.

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Sandboxie Is Released As Freeware, Soon To Be Open Source 8 months 2 weeks ago rhiannon

Windows Sandbox can be enabled in the Home version, I've added a link in the article above. :)

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Sandboxie Is Released As Freeware, Soon To Be Open Source 8 months 2 weeks ago rhiannon

Good article, thanks. :)

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Malwarebytes Launches Browser Guard for Chrome and Firefox 8 months 2 weeks ago rhiannon

I didn't experience a slowdown in any browsers (or additional speed) but the display issues, blocking too many legitimate sites and getting caught in a loop trying to whitelist sites added it to the "not right now maybe later" category. :)

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Sandboxie Is Released As Freeware, Soon To Be Open Source 8 months 2 weeks ago rhiannon

Correct, it's not available by default in the Home version but it can be enabled. I've added a link with directions, and a search for Enable Windows Sandbox Windows 10 Home will bring up other sites with similar instructions.

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Sandboxie Is Released As Freeware, Soon To Be Open Source 8 months 2 weeks ago rhiannon

Thanks for all the comments, I don't mind anything off being pointed out or being corrected when I'm off base.

I edited the article to make it clearer that Windows Sandbox is an alternative and included a link to enable it for Windows 10 Home Edition.

I'm sorry for any confusion, my aim is to always provide as many options and as much information as I can to everyone. I occasionally fail or don't do it well and I appreciate the input when I don't.

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Best Sites To Read Books Online Without Download or Registration 8 months 2 weeks ago Demon

Just coincidentally found a site for unlimited free Web Novels (e-books).

Thousand of free books available here.
https://www.kitenovel.com

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Sandboxie Is Released As Freeware, Soon To Be Open Source 8 months 2 weeks ago Anupam

Okay, you are right. Sorry about that. My bad.

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Sandboxie Is Released As Freeware, Soon To Be Open Source 8 months 2 weeks ago Krunk

Windows 10 Sandbox was mentioned in the article (line 16) as an alternative. Seems to me, that makes it admissible, counselor.

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Malwarebytes Launches Browser Guard for Chrome and Firefox 8 months 2 weeks ago MidnightCowboy

For me the experience with Chrome has been slower instead of faster plus I keep getting this so I'll pass for now until they get it fixed. MC - Site Manager. https://i.imgur.com/JCwYy1E.png

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Sandboxie Is Released As Freeware, Soon To Be Open Source 8 months 2 weeks ago Anupam

Please understand that Windows Sandbox is not being talked here. The article is about the software Sandboxie. As such, Windows Sandbox is out of topic for this article.

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Sandboxie Is Released As Freeware, Soon To Be Open Source 8 months 2 weeks ago gizmofan1248

It's true that one of the requirements of Windows Sandbox for Windows 10 are that it should run on Windows Pro (or Enterprise). The other requirements can be seen here:
https://www.windowscentral.com/how-use-windows-sandbox-windows-10-may-2019-update#requirements_windows_sandbox_windows10_1903

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Sandboxie Is Released As Freeware, Soon To Be Open Source 8 months 2 weeks ago rhiannon

Hmmmm, I'm not seeing anywhere in the article where I stated Sandboxie is for Windows Pro users only. ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
The article lists exactly what operating systems Sandboxie runs on, here they are again in case there are questions:

Sandboxie works on

  • Windows XP SP3 (Up until Sandboxie 5.22 )
  • Windows 7 (32/64)
  • Windows 8.1 (32/64)
  • Windows 10 (32/64)(Edge browser & Metro(tile) Apps not supported)
  • Windows 10 Insider Preview (Fast Ring) supported in Beta builds that are released in the User Forum
  • There is some support for older 64-bit versions of Windows: see the download page

     
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Sandboxie Is Released As Freeware, Soon To Be Open Source 8 months 2 weeks ago Krunk

It's the WINDOWS Sandbox that's not currently available in the Home version. SANDBOXIE is a completely independent program and anyone can install it.

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Sandboxie Is Released As Freeware, Soon To Be Open Source 8 months 2 weeks ago Anupam

Sandboxie is for Windows 10 Pro and up? Where did you read that?

I am running Sandboxie without any problem on my Windows 10 Home PC.

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Download Flash Games to Play on Your Desktop Before Flash Disappears in 2020 8 months 2 weeks ago caktus

Glad I read this, and a shame I had to read so far just to find this info. Thanks.

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Download Flash Games to Play on Your Desktop Before Flash Disappears in 2020 8 months 2 weeks ago caktus

...back when there was so little competition that once AOL had you, that AOL thought they owned you.

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Sandboxie Is Released As Freeware, Soon To Be Open Source 8 months 2 weeks ago artsiii

Well, since Sandboxie is only for Windows pro and up it doesn't apply to about 90% of Windows users. Why exclude us?

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Sandboxie Is Released As Freeware, Soon To Be Open Source 8 months 2 weeks ago Goomer

Thank you. It is a great piece of software. Saved my bacon and computer a time or two. Seemed a bit strange I had to fill out the "Software Export Compliance" form, but...

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Best Free Software for Linux 8 months 2 weeks ago Panzer "... borgmatic is simple, configuration-driven backup software for servers and workstations...": https://torsion.org/borgmatic/ Kepka - unofficial Telegram Desktop messaging app: https://github.com/procxx/kepka KWin-lowlatency - reduce latency and stuttering in the popular KWin compositor used in KDE: https://github.com/tildearrow/kwin-lowlatency view
Sandboxie Is Released As Freeware, Soon To Be Open Source 8 months 2 weeks ago Krunk

Yes, Sandboxie is a great program.
I've used it for at least 10 years (even just tested a downloaded screensaver sandboxed since I wasn't familiar with the website).
At times, a major Windows update will cause an issue with Sandboxie and in the past it has been addressed rather promptly by the programmers. The talk in the forums of late is concern that the more hands-off policy of the new ownership will change that.
Please correct me it I'm wrong, but I believe the Windows 10 Sandbox is only available in the Pro or Enterprise versions. Would love to try it.

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Sandboxie Is Released As Freeware, Soon To Be Open Source 8 months 2 weeks ago abrandt

This is GREAT NEWS for a wonderful Windows software app!

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Best Free Video Downloader [Stub] 8 months 3 weeks ago legendarul27

https://www.vimeovideodownloader.com - still can download any video

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Best Free Video Downloader [Stub] 8 months 3 weeks ago legendarul27

I mostly use https://www.vimeovideodownloader.com it's just simply amazing.

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Sandboxie Is Released As Freeware, Soon To Be Open Source 8 months 3 weeks ago rhiannon You're very welcome, I'm delighted you like it. Sandboxie is a great piece of software, it can keep people safe while they browse and if you do much software download and testing it makes it sooooo much easier. It's very versatule and useful for so many things.. view
Sandboxie Is Released As Freeware, Soon To Be Open Source 8 months 3 weeks ago Australia

Thanks Rhiannon for this very helpful freeware information.
If users computers can run this, I see this announcement as one of most significant Hot Finds ever on this site
I used Sandboxie frequently when I had software I wanted to test without installing. It isolated the exe in its own safe area away from your OS

Great find Rhiannon !

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Best Free Software for Linux 8 months 3 weeks ago Panzer Starship is the minimal, blazing fast, and extremely customizable prompt for any shell: https://starship.rs https://github.com/starship/starship view
Wallpaper of the Week: Autumn Leaves 8 months 3 weeks ago rhiannon

You're welcome, I'm glad you like them.

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Wallpaper of the Week: Foggy Forest Sunrise 8 months 3 weeks ago notmynoodles69

my noodle is hard

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Wallpaper of the Week: Autumn Leaves 8 months 3 weeks ago markd

Thank you. Very pretty.

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Wallpaper of the Week: Autumn Leaves 8 months 3 weeks ago rhiannon

I can only imaging how colorful it is there. :)

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Wallpaper of the Week: Autumn Leaves 8 months 3 weeks ago danielson

Won't beat the colors in Eastern Canada at this time of the year, but it is a good reminder!

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How To Print Web Pages In Your Browser, Ad Free 8 months 3 weeks ago rhiannon

That sounds like a good solution. I hadn't heard of that add-on. I'm not sure what an equivalent add-on would be for Firefox.

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