SECURE: Basic AriDfoixes' Security Config

Most recent changes
Sep 14, 2018
Operating System
Windows Edition
Not applicable for non-Windows OS
Manjaro XFCE
System type
64-bit OS
Security Updates
Automatic Updates - All security and feature updates
User Access Control
Not applicable for non-Windows OS
Device Firewall
Firewall app for Linux - Network security provided by a trusted vendor
Device Security
Not applicable (Linux)
User Account
Standard - User has some control over the settings
Recent Security Incidents
No malware or privacy issues
Malware Testing
Malware on a secure VM - Full Network and File isolation
Real-time Web & Malware Protection
Security Protection settings
Custom - Major changes for Better Performance
Virus and Malware Removal Tools
Browsers and Extensions
Web Privacy
Password Management
Default Web Search
System Utilities collection
Data Backup
Frequency of Data backups
System Backup
Frequency of System backups
Sep 2, 2018
Well, there is a reduced list of apps shipped with inside the XFCE, some other distros have a much bigger set of default apps, RAM usage on this laptop is below 400 MB on idle; the nice and bad thing is that we have a channel, "common with Arch" called AUR that cover pretty well other needs not present, drivers for printer, software...

Is what I wanted to do for this laptop, I was mainly using browser on it and pretty easy to find Chromium or Vivaldi...

Because has dual graphics, I needed to research a bit how to enable the NVIDIA; before trying this I tried two other distro on that laptop, but had some problems...

I will be honest with you, the problem of rolling release distros, is that sometime they break, Manjaro is not Arch Linux, had is questionable security issues in the past, but I want take sometime to learn more about this.

Also, lately opensource software make me change many things in how I configure Windows, that this thing is a benefit for my knowledge.


On a side channel, I am testing two distros right now, this one and MX-Linux on another laptop I have, also MX has XFCE but is custom, and based on Debian...

What I mainly want do is have a Linux VM, more than one on my main Windows Desktop, and other Windows VM on Linux laptops.
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