about:config , then
about:config , then
Am I the only one who read "Google" then immediately read "Ads [for] Cardboard"?
Ghostery?? It gets worse: http://www.reddit.com/r/firefo...
Hint: "Allow Ghostery to show messages in my browser related to product features, updates, and promotions."
Jesus fa... what the fuck did I just read???
It reads like it's being said by an eight year old girl who's just been given two double espressos and a new kitten.
Take the computers and fire them into space. That's how you get security.
"The three golden rules to ensure computer security are: do not own a computer; do not power it on; and do not use it." -Robert Morris Sr
Windows User #1: What happen ?
Windows User #2: Somebody set up us the patch.
Windows User #3: We get data link.
Windows User #1: What !
Windows User #3: C Drive turn on.
Windows User #1: It's you !!
MICROSOFT: How are you gentlemen !!
MICROSOFT: All your base are belong to us.
MICROSOFT: You are on the way to destruction.
Windows User #1: What you say !!
MICROSOFT: You have no chance to survive make your time.
This isn't perfect, but I was using the batch file from here to uninstall/disable most of the telemetry bullshit from Windows 7.
(It says it's for Windows 10, but it seems works for Windows 7, too. Also note that the hiding/disabling of the KB updates in Windows update didn't work perfectly for me; I had to go back in a hide/disable some of them manually, afterward.)
The fark... why?? Didn't Google release Android L ("Lollipop") less than a year ago? Why, couldn't this just be Android v5.2 ??
Oh wait. This is the post-Chrome rapid version number churn era... unless a product is updated by big, big, major version numbers at least three times a year*, "consumers" will consider it outdated and old-hat. Right?
( * Along with simplified, condescending changelogs ("coz, technical words scare people!!!") that basically boil down to "we updated your experience and fixed some "issues". Enjoy our product! Lololozz [smile emoji] " )
I'll add: there's also the
... boolean; I see references to both on the internet.
Neckties strangle clear thinking. -- Lin Yutang