KB4058258: Windows 10 Build 16299.214

Microsoft just released another update, KB4058258 is available via the official Update Catalog or via Windows Update. The changelog is as always big and can be found here. At the time or writing this article, there not many specific details given about the update but from a quick inspection, I see it's basically the same... Continue Reading →

Mozilla: Guiding principles for Shield Studies

Mozilla explains the latest disaster, the Mr. ROBOT story and there showing some more details, their latest documentation reveals a bit more what's going on in such opt-in studies. Looking Glass was released as a system add-on to Firefox which meant that users saw the add-on appear in the browser's add-on manager without them initiating... Continue Reading →

Another clickbait Article and disinformation regarding to Microsoft’s Telemtry tool

Is it true that even if you set Telemetry level in the Enterprise to 0 still doesn't disable everything - Yes, 0 actually seems to not mean zero here, it includes Security related telemetry but is that a reason to be worried about? Preston Gralla wrote an article on Computerworld, he 'Don’t believe Microsoft’s latest... Continue Reading →

Don’t FingerPrint Me (DFPM) is an anti-fingerprinting extension for Chrome

Browser fingerprinting has gotten a lot of press over the last few years. The EFF and others have released tools demonstrating it is possible but it is frustrating how few tools there are to actually identify companies using these techniques. The most well-known test program is panopticlick, which quickly test your Browser against known fingerprinting... Continue Reading →

New anti-tracking Extension & App from DuckDuckGo

Do you need just another anti-tracking app, that's the question, while most addons and Browser script adding nothing much to the well known extensions we will take a closer look at the newly released DuckDuckGo solution - If you're not aware of it, DuckDuckGo is known as a big private alternative search engine alternative to... Continue Reading →

LibreOffice 6.0.0

The new LibreOffice 6.0.0 is announced today, the release note can be found here or as short overview here. Version v6 release adds a lot of new functions, like a new document encryption and an improvement Font Management. Speed improvements The new version is bloody fast it opens quick without wasting many resources compared to... Continue Reading →

Firefox Replacement for Session Manager

Because of Mozilla recent changes all extensions got a re-write, webextension are the new future and the old and really good extension called 'Session Manager' doesn't work anymore in later Mozilla releases like Quantum but which alternatives do we have? Sadly not much. There tons of extensions out there bit when it comes to quality... Continue Reading →

AMD Q4 2017 and Full Year 2017 Financial Results

AMD's Computing and Graphics revenue of $958 million came out above the FactSet consensus estimate of $878.7 million, while the company's Enterprise, Embedded and Semi-Custom business segment of $522 million came in below the consensus estimate of $529.9 million, according to StreetAccount.     The company said in a filing that it received a one-time... Continue Reading →

ScreenToGif Review

Is this the best portable solution to capture and edit gifs? Who knows there is only one way to figure it out. About the program ScreenToGif is a portable lightweight program which is free for non-commercial use. The source code is on GitHub together with a documentation (wiki). The program itself basically has four main... Continue Reading →

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