Posts Tagged ‘configuration’

Malwarebytes Anti-Malware Premium Configuration Guide

Wednesday, July 1st, 2015

Like the article says, Malwarebytes is most helpful when it’s run in tandem with an antivirus program … but it also helps if you set up Malwarebytes to fit the needs of your specific application too.

There seem to be two camps of users when it comes to Malwarebytes’ Anti-Malware application for the Windows operating system. Some users swear on it and believe it is one of the best security programs for the operating system currently while others think it is snake oil and not useful at all. The company itself sees it as a complementary product that should be run next to antivirus solutions, and not something that should be run on its own.


How to Reset Custom pdf Configurations in Firefox

Friday, December 6th, 2013

Just in case you don’t want the Firefox PDF reader to remember your settings from previous sessions …

If you are using Firefox’s built-in pdf reader pdf.js, you may have noticed that the application remembers custom settings of each pdf document that you have opened in it. While there are no controls to change default settings for all future documents, for instance by changing the default zoom mode, it is possible to define custom settings for pdf files individually using the reader.


A List of Useful Google Chrome Command Line Switches

Monday, October 7th, 2013

It turns out that Chrome offers command line control capabilities that most of us never even dreamed about …

Chrome supports hundreds of different command line switches that may add features to the browser, change how features work, or remove features from it. Some switches are only useful to developers, as they enable them to test certain features in Chrome, while others have practical uses that users of the web browser will appreciate as well.