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vinifera last won the day on October 9 2018

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  1. except MS already admited (it was in some now outdated article), they can see what is on your hard drive and what files do you access.
  2. AFAIK Waterfox (standard) is based on quantum while Waterfox "Classic" is on pre-quantum so you already have that ...
  3. for them, i don't care but what i saw few days ago on TV about my millitary using "sophisticated software" and cameras to track immigrant wave thru balkan routes and then the software ran on winblows 10 ... i was just "oh my f-ing god"
  4. aah that makes sense ! hehe thanks
  5. every now and then when i scan with MBAM it finds H@tKeysH@@k.DLL in my sys32 folder and every time i remove it but it obviously finds its way back, but online search doesn't find what programs or what events make this thing come to PC back.... any ideas/info ?
  6. aint it easier to just boot via any PE cd and do quick change ?
  7. rule #1 don't use MS product if you want actually something to work ! been using voidtools "everything" for years, and for looking at system files jamsoftware's ultrasearch both are ultra fast and light so f'ck MS search
  8. how old are you ? you do realize web didn't change that much since ~2008 ? -> thus any browser since then would work just fine
  9. question is, do these contain telemetry spyware as well ?
  10. not absurd if they do it on purpose ... if they made a "perfectly good OS" they nobody would ever upgrade to next one
  11. actually whole NT6 line was plagued with this, but for a reason in short, all versions (SKU's) were installed on hard drive, all language packs, all components (SxS) so user didn't had to use installation DVD for things... but to surprise, i guarantee you that vista and win7 also fit on 700 MB CD with all updates and also if you manually remove from Install WIM, stuff that you really don't need as "power user", you can also shrink install size to ~1.5 GB (this is case for x86, trust me i done it )
  12. - because nobody tests it right - because they have some agreement with US gov which goes both-ways
  13. so its actually a bul*****, and it only applies for those using WU but if you download stand alone MSU, you don't need this crap ...
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