- Mar 16, 2019
This is my budget PC that I've built recently.
Well, maybe writing custom change is a bit misleading I mean the changes I've made are "Prevent WebRTC from leaking local IP addresses", "Block CSP reports" and added/enabled filters like, AdGuard Tracking Protection, Fanboy’s Enhanced Tracking List, Anti-Facebook, Fanboy’s Annoyance, uBlock filters – Annoyances, 1Hosts (mini). Nothing specific related to hard mode.Please share µBO hard mode custom changes?
Chromium Edge mostly nowadays but also Firefox.Which browser did you use?
I tried that actually few months ago but was missing a lot of notifications. Not sure why that happened so ended up opting for the Checker Plus for Gmail extension instead.
Each has its purpose.Maybe a bit overkill with browser add-ons ...
YouTube remember the video quality if cookie/ data isn't deleted
This is from March and was because of Corona. I don't think it's still the case.
ClearURLs clears even more and also like the ability to directly copy clean url by right clicking on links.AdGuard include uBlock origin and clearURLs in one extension.
Ok, I'll check this out too. Tbh, I've become very lazy lately so putting this on my to do list alsoCookies and data can be cleared automatically in Edge. Even on a per site data.
I used to use Thunderbird but newly found love with emails on the browser as I don't need to use any external app.Does Google know works with PWA? Else you could use Thunderbird or Windows 10 mail app which decrease your attack surface.
It doesn't on mine. I have only 8mbps internet but 30 mbps on Google related stuff like YouTube, Playstore, etc. but YouTube still plays videos at 480p/720p by default for me and like TairikuOkami said, this extension is hassle free.YouTube remember the video quality if cookie/ data isn't deleted
I use a Asrock B450 Pro4 board with Ryzen 5-2600 and get some stability problems too in the past. The problem was the combination with using my Radeon 5700 and 3000Mhz XMP Profil for my RAM. After changing RAM frequency to 2933Mhz get problems get away.So, stay away from ASRock if you're planning to use an AMD APU.
I also found a possible solution online but with a compromise. That was, I have to lower the CPU clock speed from 3.70 Ghz to 3.40 Ghz and lower the voltage from 1.45V to 1.35V. But I wasn't happy with that so when I took it back to the shop I didn't even tell them about this. They checked the problem again by reinstalling Windows, replacing the board with another same one but the problem remained. Then I suggested to test with the Gigabyte board and no more problem whatsoever. I'm running with XMP profile 2.0 at 3200 Mhz ram frequency. Everything is great now and my PC even boot slightly faster. This Gigabyte one is actually 500 taka/$5.90 cheaper. So, this is definitely some hardware related issue of the ASRock boards because they haven't managed to fix it with BIOS updates. There are no problem with a CPU+GPU setup, only with an APU. But like you said, even you had stability problem with an ASRock board so I don't think I'm buying an ASRock again.I use a Asrock B450 Pro4 board with Ryzen 5-2600 and get some stability problems too in the past. The problem was the combination with using my Radeon 5700 and 3000Mhz XMP Profil for my RAM. After changing RAM frequency to 2933Mhz get problems get away.
Only sometimes I get a system freeze and automatic restart if using sleep mode.
You use a Apu instead of CPU & CPU but maybe this was related.