Sundaram999 Config 2017

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Nice config, I think Bitdefender Free + Zemana Antilogger is a good combo.
You can also try Macrium for OS images, it is fast and reliable and you can create a boot CD to restore the computer in case of critical problems.
Thanks for sharing :)
 

lab34

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Hello, thanks for sharing.
If you need a password manager, I recommend Lastpass (on the cloud) or Keepass + Keefox extension (local DB)
For system backup, I've discovered Macrium Reflect Free after reading this forum. It's easy and fast.
 

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You don't need ABP when you've Adguard installed for Edge, do you?
It ain't clear if you practice backing up the system using the mentioned software.
I recommend using a Windows Firewall controller like Binisoft WFC or TinyWall (default protection mode ain't enough in WFW), or use a free 3rd party FW like ZoneAlarm.
You can add on-demand scanners like HitmanPro. Rest looks nice :)
 

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Backup like guru's above mentions, Macrium/Veeam etc good choises. Firefox user... so consider NoScript addon for extra layer. No password manager needed if you have VERY good memory (like i have, hehehe!) or pen and piece of paper.(paranoia). OD scanner, you could consider, like NPE or something like guru's above already mention. (zemana/NPE= good combo).

Thanks for sharing, stay safe!
 

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Backup like guru's above mentions, Macrium/Veeam etc good choises. Firefox user... so consider NoScript addon for extra layer. No password manager needed if you have VERY good memory (like i have, hehehe!) or pen and piece of paper.(paranoia). OD scanner, you could consider, like NPE or something like guru's above already mention. (zemana/NPE= good combo).

Thanks for sharing, stay safe!

No need for password manager neither for me. I use creative unusual passwords which are easy to remember :)
 
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