Well, SysHardener has 5 main sections:It will be OK, if you do not change the settings of SysHardener or H_C.
But some functionality of H_C, related to whitelisting files with dangerous extensions and turning OFF some H_C settings, will be diminished.
Thanks for testing H_C again.:emoji_ok_hand:
- Windows Security Tweaks
- File Type Associations
- Windows Services
- Vulnerable Software
About 4, that is overlapping, but I prefer not to use generalistic SW (i.e. Adobe), so I don't care too much.
The biggest issues could come from section 1, but I don't apply too many settings from SysHardener because I think H_C is stronger there