- Aug 19, 2019
I think I'm back at defaults for no reason in particular, or maybe I was troubleshooting something. I forget! But then again, I'm using built-in & Privacy Badger in Edge and compartmentalizing browsers.Thanks, I'll have a look
P.S. Currenty reviewing anti-exploit tweaks. I stopped customizing that a little while ago and went back to default. What are you using these days?
Thanks mate.@ErzCrz I checked and here is what I'm using for exploit protection in Edge, except without Code Integrity Guard: SECURITY: Complete - oldschool's 2020 laptop setup
Also try running WD at default settings and check if it improves anything.I still find myself slipping back to Comodo, Firefox Thunderbird combo. So decided to do some analysis. Thunderbird is compatible with H_C so that's fine as I prefer that for emails. Just faster and more secure than Windows 10. I think it's down to Edge bing search I'm not a fan of so I guess I should experiment with changing that.
The other thing is some slow system at times but not sure if that's down to system updates or running WD in it's own sandbox. It's probably fine for newer machines but at the end of the day I have an old laptop with a 4th generation i3 chip. I just can't afford a upgrade at the moment and what I would get around the £400-500 price mark isn't a great deal better than what I have. /Shrug, maybe after Christmas.
So more tweaking to be done and try WD again without running in it's own sandbox.
Thanks, might look at that one at some point.An alternative could be eM Client:
Interesting thought.Have you ever considered turning your email address into a PWA? In Chromium all you have to do is create a shortcut and choose window. It's incredible.