Chrome is an awesome browser that has been lauded for its exemplary security model. However, as we have become painfully aware of, privacy and security are not equivalent. Traditionally, Mozilla’s Firefox has been a champion of users’ rights, but, by default, it is likely not the most secure browser.
Lately, there have been several, excellent resources geared towards hardening Firefox, and I want to condense and share what I have learned. Aside from making your browsing experience more secure and respectful of your privacy, you will see performance gains, as well.
I have been utilizing these customizations for several months, and have been very happy with the results. So, without further ado, let us get to it!
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Being able to get online and ensure that your Ubuntu install seamlessly works with your system’s unique, hardware configuration is critical. Now that we’ve covered many of the software applications that will enable you to get things done, it’s time to make sure that you have the knowledge required to maintain a smooth, Ubuntu experience.
Continue reading Getting to Know Ubuntu (Part 5)
By now, you should know what Evernote is for and why it might be useful. You’ve created an account and installed Evernote software for your desktop/laptop computer (and its browsers), and your mobile device(s).
Now, we are going to focus on how to use these tools to import content and keep it organized, for future reference.
Continue reading A Guide to Evernote (Part 3)