When checking my PC on Panopticlick, I could see that even using Tor does not make my PC more anonymous...
...using JonDo, however, and visiting Panopticlick, my PC was less identifiably unique than when using Tor.
JonDo mentions things like using different fonts.
Is it possible for Tor to make similar changes so that your PC is less identifiable?
I'm not a computer geek, so maybe I'm getting something wrong here?
P.S. I tagged this post with "tag" because I was not allowed to use relevant tags, like JonDo, Uniqueness, Identifiable, Fonts etc.
re two answers so far:
"Try JonDoFox with Tor"? > Meaning? In what way? They're two separate browsers.
"Tor Browser also erases browser uniqueness, but maybe it leaks more than JonDoFox" > My test was using each browser at Panopticlick. Tor's access showed that my PC was unique. Following the advice in the 2nd reply, below, I change a font and had my anonymity marginally improved. JonDo's access significantly improved my identifiability...i.e. more computers like mine when accessing that site. Roya's link to JonDo test is where I got info re fonts from beforehand. It mentioned choosing Arial, Sans serif and Helvetica (from memory) as ones to choose. Only see Arial though in settings.
As stated, I'm not tech minded. Not sure how Tor's/JonDo's safety re IP address hangs with issue of how identifiable your PC is. In other words, if your IP address is not your own, is that protection enough? What if a site can see that you have a unique computer? What about MAC idenitifiablity?