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SayanQ

Nice cofig.Only add ublock origin as ad blocker for Google Chrome,remove Wisecare 365 Pro,remove IObit Driver Booster.IObit is not safe:)
 
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Secure enough, you dont need more, all you will add will be for fun or testing ;)
 
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Very good configuration, since you hold the basic knowledge its better not to mess any of tweaks for Avast IS; already capable in primetime. If willing to ask then don't hesitate to ask here for supervision. :)

Only a concern that using Driver Updater like from Iobit may pose some problems and better go to manual process if you experience something bugs or crashes.
 
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Thank you @soniakumar for sharing your configuration! Adguard is an excellent addblocking/anti-tracking product, and CCleaner is among the tools our family & member friends here use most.;)

On our Chromium Browsers we use the following settings to block 3rd party cookies:
  1. Click the Chrome menu
    on the browser toolbar.
  2. Select Settings.
  3. Click Show advanced settings.
  4. In the "Privacy" section, click the Content settings button.
  5. In the "Cookies" section, you can change the following cookies settings to
    block cookies:
    • You'll see
      in the address bar whenever a cookie has been blocked.
    • Block only third-party cookies: Select the "Block third-party cookies and site data" checkbox.
    • Opening a new "Incognito" session allows cookies & history to be deleted when your session ends.:)
    • You can allow extensions, including Adguard, when in "Incognito" by going to 1) menu
      2) settings 3) extensions & then.. 4) Check box "Allow in Incognito"

    Another reliable browser you might consider trying is Mozilla Firefox Choose the independent browser which works quite well on our own Windows 7 SP 1.;)
An excellent free program providing one the protection of opening a browser (often the doorway for infection) inside of a virtual "sandbox" is called sandboxie. Read more (Please refer to help & FAQ) & download here Sandboxie - Download Sandboxie *Note there is an announcement + a link to download their stable beta version which addresses compatibility to Windows updates 10/14/15. This program essentially covers your browser as though it is wearing a rain coat:cool: during the :eek:monsoons!:rolleyes: This means everything which would effect changes to your system from <clicking> or opening files is contained, isolated, & then deleted, along with the surounding invisible sandbox barrier.o_O Likewise all changes you wish to remain such as browser updates must be performed without using a sandbox.:)
 
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@Cats-4_Owners-2 She use Avast! Internet security 2015 with built in Sandbox so no need of that.Avast! Sanbox do the job;)Add a Exploit(Zero-Day)Protection like Malwarebytes Anti-Exploit Free it work very well with Avast!.
 
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