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[quote=rodocop] [b][color=#009900]Aloha, sister![/color][/b] I'm greatly impressed by your story! I'm a old-fashioned person too, but not so deep like you! Really like it and respect your life concept! You are in right place as KM is the best choice for you! I understand and share your security way - me too had thrown away AV's, FW's and any bloated security solutions. Just critical updates (while I was happy without them some years ago!), alternative browser (KM sure), mailer, PDF-reader - and some light tools to monitor my system and clean it on demand. Also had forgotten about infections. As you choose 'Open in browser' instead of IE or ChromeTab (good choice, really - KM is all about personal choice and setup!) I'll point your to [url=http://ubuntuone.com/5SsWOaB22q3KDnE65LhRxu]QupZilla portable[/url] or [url=http://www.qtweb.net/downloads/QtWeb.zip]QtWeb[/url] considered to be good companions for portable KM Twin. Nowadays many sites become incompatible with KM old engine and these 2 are more relevant there. [u]QtWeb[/u] is lighter (Just 1 exe file) but has some glitches under XP (works fine under Vista and 7) and [u]QupZilla[/u] is even more compatible with modern techs (html5 and css3) on web pages. =================================================== Last but not least are some words about bookmarklets (BMs) - they are very powerful tools which make web experience more comfortable without eating out resources. Many of them could replace heavy FF or Chrome-extensions (KM extensions as usual are also light being just simple text-based scripts on the KM's own macrolanguage. Some of them do the same things as bookmarklets but many of latters have no replacement in KM extensions store.) What can I do using them? Well, count: 1) [b]LiveMarks[/b]: easily add currently viewed pages to online bookmark collections (KM has 5 services integrated and my own instance has about 10 different). I think it's very convenient when you are using more than 1 PC or just more than 1 browser (speaking about KM one of the strongest point is possibility use at the same time a number of portable buildsone that fits your need the best way). Or when you need to continuously work in the web in different places (home and at work). Or just travelling around the world. 2) bookmarklets from [b]JStools->PageView[/b] group let you render your web-page like you may need in some conditions or for some purposes - clean all the bloat, make it look at PDA-style, split page for viewing 2 or more pages side-by-side and more. Bookmarklets names are partly speaking for themselves. 3) [b]JStools->PageInfo[/b] let you know more about the page, site and content. 4) [b]JStools->PageLoad[/b] is devoted to fine tune content loading or to ease the content viewing and saving. 5) [b]JStools->ToolPacks[/b] are mostly interesting to web-developers but might be useful for every user sometimes. Discover hidden element link (image or file), or view more info about page colors (if you need to use them somewhere), scripts, dimensions and so on. [b]ImpOps[/b] is a huge set of tools for handling, editing and converting images that are loaded. 6) [b]URL Shorten[/b] - 5 URL-shorten services which are invaluable in some cases to share some web pages with others. 7) unsorted bunch of BMs let me do fast Google search on any viewed site, capture screenshots for quick sharing, open selected address at GoogleMaps and more and more... =================================================== Sorry, I have no idea how to use password-file from another location than your profile. You only can place the whole profile in some other location (need some shaman dances :P). But if you tell me what is your whole need here - maybe I could help you more by some another advice. If you care about security, you could create virtual safe on your disk and place portable KM Twin into it. So you would open safe at start of work, run KM, then at the end close KM and after that close safe. This could be done with brilliant [url=http://www.toolwiz.com/products/toolwiz-care/]Toolwiz Care[/url] suite of utilits, which is completely free.[/quote]
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