Hm It is hard to tell but it depends on my mood when I feel sad and demotivated I listen to Japanese songs that I love, when I am anxious I listen to English songs, when I feel normal or happy I listen to k pop and if I want to calm myself I listen to instrumental mainly beethoven's moonlight.
It is not accurate to compare the security of different web browsers based on a service like Paramount plus on Dish Network, as Paramount+ is a streaming service and has nothing to do with web browser security.
That being said, all major web browsers, including Opera, Chrome, and Firefox, have implemented a variety of security measures to protect users from various types of online threats. These measures can include features such as sandboxing, phishing protection, and automatic updates to fix vulnerabilities. It is important to keep your web browser up to date to ensure that you have the latest security features and fixes.
In general, it is a good idea to use a reputable web browser and to take other precautions, such as keeping your operating system and other software up to date and using a firewall and antivirus program, to help protect your device and your personal information while online.
What's in the Flash SWF file? Is it a video or a slideshow of pics?
The first step might be to get the video/images out of the Flash SWF file (with ffmpeg) where you can then use it/them to create an scr file (that you can right-click and choose "install") with some screen saver creator utility (which could be IrfanView (see directions) if you're talking about a slide of pics or some video wallpaper program if it's a video).
As in, try searching each part instead of a direct converter.
Maybe the file you downloaded is jus an scr file with the wrong swf extension. You can research how to check that or check it with a text editor to see what you can see in the binary data.
Of course, scr files are known to be dangerous, so always scan them for viruses and make sure it came from a trusted source when it was archived.
Why does the "This site can’t be reached" error page suggest I should fix something? This page is most often displayed because the remote server is down. Please don't make people mess around with things and break them. The first thing on that page should be "check if other sites work ok".
My youtube on this pc and this pc only is buffering like crazy. It buffers on every browser, meanwhile twitch works flawlessly at HD. This is only happening on my one computer that is hooked up to ethernet. There’s another pc in the house on ethernet without this issue. This started after I upgraded to gig internet, I went from 50 mb/s to 950 mb/s yet youtube buffers. Anyone know whats going on?
Change your Internet Provider or upgrade your internet package. Moreover, make sure the video which is buffering is running on 360pixel.