You can download it yourself, no need to waitUpdated:
- HTTPS Everywhere - Disabled the 'Encrypt All Sites Eligible' option
The behavior of 'Encrypt All Sites Eligible' in the HTTPS Everywhere Chrome extension auto blocks an HTTP site with no option to add it as an exception. This contrasts to how it behaves in Firefox where it gives you an option to open the HTTP site temporarily or add it as an exception permanently.
I removed Firefox as I will be switching to Chromium Edge once it comes through Windows Update.
in Secure PC: Comodo internet security...
Browser: firefox, icedragon, chrome, comodo dragon...
backup: I don't take it so seriously
I have SmartScreen enabled. I completely forgot about it being included in Edge which is why I added TrafficLight.Do you have smartscreen disabled in edge?
Protomartyr said:I'm usually pretty good at making sure I lock my laptop when I leave to do something but I've been forgetting lately. Decided to set my computer to auto-lock after being idle for 10 minutes. You can do this on Windows 10 Pro edition but not on the Home edition since there's no access to the Local Security Policy feature. To get around this, I just had to add a new DWORD value named InactivityTimeoutSecs and set it to 600 seconds. Got the job done!