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I have a RAM related question, /g/.
My current motherboard is a Gigabyte GA-P55A-UD3, and is currently fitted with 2x 2GB sticks.
A few months ago I purchased (quite on impulse) 2x 4GB sticks (1600). When I try to use them with my computer, it will bluescreen or not boot up at all. Have I chosen incompatible RAM?
If so, what could I use to achieve a minimum of 6GB of RAM?
Thanks in advance, /g/.
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So I've run Firefox on Linux for years now and just decided to switch from Firefox. I can't stand how slow everything feels in Firefox anymore. I had a feeling it was slow, but it wasn't until I recently compared it to Chromium just to play devils advocate that I really noticed it.
The last straw was last night when I decided to run some speed tests on various browser benchmarks... Chromium and Midori both scored very similarly, with Midori edging out Chromium in just a few more areas than vice-versa. Meanwhile, Firefox literally scored less than HALF of either Chromium or Midori on EVERY - SINGLE - TEST. It wasn't just benchmarks, either. Firefox takes up to 15 seconds to start up on my machine, and uses up almost twice the resources that Chromium/Midori do regardless of one/multiple tabs. Furthermore, most pages finish loading much faster - like, 1s vs 4s faster.
Now, having spent about 3 hours trying to configure both Chromium/Midori to the same privacy setup that I have for FF, I've found myself able to reach an almost identical config in Chromium, but Midori falls short. This is painful because I much prefer the UI in Midori, and it's just a bit faster than Chromium. Can ANY of you help me get Midori working the way I want?
Here's what I'm missing:
>A way to automatically blacklist common tracking cookies (like Ghostery does on FF/Chrome)
I still want to save some cookies so I can keep some site settings, and manually whitelisting/deleting cookies is a pain in the ass
>A way to spoof not just the user-agent, but things like the OS/font/plugins/etc
Blender/Blend Into The Crowd do exactly this, thus leaving no browser fingerprint. I'm lost as to how to achieve this in Midori
If I can't get these two things working, I have a second question: Is Chromium really as un-botnet as some say? I want to believe but can't shake the feeling that even with all the privacy extensions and unchecked settings, it's still sending google all my browsing data.
What can I do?