- Sep 10, 2015
Hahaha lolSame config from the last year, the only major difference is that I dropped Chrome completely in favor of Firefox.
BTW some day Chrome's Software Reporter Tool was eating 50% of my CPU without even having it open, I hated that so much I ended importing everything to my FF account and removing it completely. I kept Edge Chromium as a backup if I ever found a bad-designed website that deliberately block non-chromium users.
Maybe they have xss and other scripts based detection in the extension ?AVs with HTTPS scanning don't need browser extensions unless they want to know more about the user. Also more extensions = higher RAM usage.
That's not the point. I'm saying Kaspersky don't inject scripts if the extension is installed. Even many regular Kaspersky users don't know this info.AVs with HTTPS scanning don't need browser extensions unless they want to know more about the user. Also more extensions = higher RAM usage.
Lol consumer grade patch management products are a joke .18/05/2020
Clean 2004 install
- No 3rd party AV for now
- Added Emsisoft extension
- FF as default browser
- Went back with PatchMyPC, Chocolatey is good but sometimes is a mess and stores lots of files in its folder.
I tried enterprise McAfee but it made my fans ramp up, on demand scans use 100% CPU and web protection currently is not compatible with latest FF.Usability is very important so nice change.
Users sometimes need to sacrifice protection level for convenience in their daily usage.Usability is very important so nice change.
It basically was one of the worst AVs to run on my old 8700p broken fan 4gb ddr2 ram PC.I tried enterprise McAfee but it made my fans ramp up, on demand scans use 100% CPU and web protection currently is not compatible with latest FF.
Can't imagine how people can live without a system backup software like Macrium.