Description: In a world dominated by bit.ly, ad.fly, and several thousand other malware cover-up tools, this list reduces the length of URLs in a much more legitimate and transparent manner. Essentially, it automatically removes unnecessary $/& values from the URLs, making them easier to copy from the URL bar and pasting elsewhere as links. Enjoy.
Not true, sure it's a workaround solution but with frogeye's block list  and uBO you're pretty much covered on Chrome regarding CNAME-tracking
:Geoffrey Frogeye's block list of first-party trackers
"Rob Wu & Philipp Kewisch - The Future of Content Blockers in Firefox - Adblocker Dev Summit 2020"
Moreover Microsoft just released .NET 5 with Windows 7 support.
> The Extended Security Update (ESU) program is a last resort option for customers who need to run certain legacy Microsoft products past the end of support.
Windows 7 is EOL. ESU is meant to run legacy applications for some time after OS EOL. By definition, legacy applications will not use Qt 6.0.
I mean when you think about it Microsoft is doing pretty much the same thing during the two periods. It's just that past a certain point they are sure you would have moved on if you could and now they can price gouge you. It's a clever way to do pricing differenciation.
It's pretty clever no matter how you frame it. Deciders get a clear deadline, but once they inevitably run into the deadline completely unprepared they still have a way to get another three years transition period. Everyone is happy, and MS is a bit richer.
That's not correct, unless you count google chrome (and many other programs) as a legacy application.
Yeah! I switched to ηMatrix year ago without any issues ;)
Pale Moon + µBlock Origin + ηMatrix = <3
For more safe browsing just use Links2.
Links2 is my default browser for the first time visit unknown sites & Pale Moon is my second browser for browse the Web.
Has Firefox too, but I'm using it only for few specific sites.