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#1 pcpunk

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Posted 22 January 2018 - 09:39 PM

I read up on this through the browser info link, but still not sure if I need to Enable this or not.  I suppose it could be enabled on demand but don't know if I will get some kind of warning when it is needed?  I do watch youtube videos but never run into a problem where I needed this yet?

 

I'm also unsure if this is somewhat more for Linux users or not, as I'm asking this while being on my Linux pc, and getting things all setup.  Looks like it would be different if on Windows 7, as opposed to Windows 8 and 10, and maybe Linux as well.

 

Any help in layman's terms would be well appreciated.  I don't need to know in depth info, just the basics.

 

Thanks, pcpunk


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