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Although Avast implemented new security measures after Google and Mozilla removed temporarily removed the extensions, apparently that is not the end of the story. Numerous tech articles have been posted today reporting that the anonymized web history data can still be picked apart and then linked back to individual Avast users.
Some of the articles published today:
Avast antivirus is spying on you. Here's how - MSPoweruser
The Cost of Avast's Free Antivirus: Companies Can Spy on Your Clicks | PCMag
Avast sells search info, click data, and more to several giant corporations, including Microsoft | Windows Central
Leaked Documents Expose the Secretive Market for Your Web Browsing Data - VICE
Avast packaged detailed user data to be sold for millions of dollars | Engadget
Bottom line: If you use the free version of Avast, you may want to consider a different antivirus. (PC Mag has a collection of free A/V's here: The Best Free Antivirus Protection for 2020 | PCMag). For a licensed A/V, ESET remains a favorite.
Yup you can right click right from the get go in Window Maker.
I seem to remember that there are a few good tips in this thread,
I got this one, but any folks who don't shop at CVS probably won't. The joke is that when you buy anything at a CVS, even just a lollypop, the cash register receipt is about three feet long. It's mostly coupons, % off offers, and other baloney like Spectrum Cable ads and carp. You can usually see them blowing around CVS parking lots like tumbleweeds.