MATOMO MATOMO MATOMO!Try saying that 10 times fast!You can! 😀 Matomo On-Premise! Matomo On-Premise is the self-hosted, free and open source version of Matomo. It’s what I am using now on my blog here! And I love it! Take back… Read More »Free, self-hosted alternative to Google Analytics? YES!
Now that we covered virtualization on Mac, let’s go over to Windows! Microsoft Hyper-V If you have Windows 10 Pro or better (includes Education and Enterprise), then you already have a native virtualization option on board! To enable it, simply… Read More »Virtualization on Windows
I just found a free and more privacy-friendly alternative to Grammarly! Why not Grammarly? I never used Grammarly because I think they store too much data and you need an account to use all features. But the problem is that… Read More »Free and privacy-friendly alternative to Grammarly?
This is getting ridiculous… In my previous post I mentioned how I got rid of requests going to PayPal, and in a post before that I briefly mentioned getting rid of Gravatar. I said that Gravatar can easily be turned… Read More »WordPress is misleading again… This time about Gravatar and it affects our privacy.
Encrypted DNS is a must, and easy to set up! Android 9 even has the option built-in! And as a bonus, ad blocking! Android 9 and later (built-in) Android Pie only supports DNS over TLS. To enable this on your… Read More »How to block ads and secure your DNS on Android and iOS for privacy
Looking for an alternative app “store” on Android, where all the apps are open source and for free? Look no more! What is F-Droid? F-Droid is an installable catalogue of FOSS (Free and Open Source Software) applications for the Android… Read More »F-Droid, and that’s not an insult!
This guide is a must if working on the go with a Mac/Windows laptop and using tethering from Android, iOS, or on slow or paid public Wi-Fi! If you’re a Windows 10 user – or have used Windows 10 in… Read More »How to save data while tethering or on public Wi-Fi with Windows 10, Mac or Android
Or by full name, GL.iNet GL-AR750S-Ext (SLATE). Great little device! This is a review of the GL-iNet Slate I bought this device some time ago, and I think it’s great and I can recommend it to anyone that either travels… Read More »Review of the GL.iNet AR750S (SLATE) travel router
I started this blog yesterday for free at sindastra.wordpress.com, and I thought it’s great to finally have started that blog I always wanted to. But I now moved to self-hosted on sindastra.de and here’s why. First, it’s nice that WordPress… Read More »Why I moved from WordPress.com to self hosted WordPress