Customizable reports (without IT assistance). In the past, IT professionals were likely the one downline with technical power to build new, customized analytics reports. Today, BI dashboard solutions allow less technical workers to build powerful reports without some assistance.
Finally, we occasionally hear requests for the built-in ad blocking experiences in Edge. For most users, find that extensions (coupled with strong defaults around tracking prevention) are the most useful option here since you can pick from a variety of experiences and defaults, but we absolutely want to know what you think if you think this should actually be integrated.
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This raises an issue. If you do not configure Enigmail not to encrypt/sign by default your entire outgoing messages are going to be encrypted and signed. This is a problem when the recipient doesn’t always have your key. I recommend configuring Enigmail to not encrypt/sign automatically. To set this go through the OpenPGP menu entry inside the MESSAGE COMPOSITION WINDOW (not the key Thunderbird window). From there click the Default Composition Options sub menu then select Signing/Encryption Options. A new window will be (proven to the left.) Make sure you de-select all the options in the Message Composition section. Now you have to manually choose to sign and encrypt each message. It’s one extra step but your non-geek family and friends will thanks for it.
Yahoo is of Verizon now. The company who hates the idea of open internet. The company who restrict their costumer internet because they’re able to make more money like that. ISP will likely be allowed to sale our browsing habits as a result of them. These guys are area of the big ISPS behind the funding associated with an FCC Stooge that’s declaring war on a wide open internet / Net Neutrality- the EXACT OPPOSITE of what Mozilla believes in. Dropping Yahoo is the greatest thing they can of done. Verizon bought yahoo simply because they want that search data for a few big $$$.