Another late reply: I was struggling with this, tried every fix (re-install, install latest version via adding @micahflee to apt-repository, etc and couldn't figure out what was wrong.
Then I went on VPN. And it worked just fine. Seems to me my ISP was blocking the download.
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The issues comes from v2.0 custom addresses. If you want a custom url, you're going to lose connectivity reliability.
v3.0 (your default) will not experience the same problems.
If you absolutely must use a custom v2.0 address, you must develop a schema that incorporates the use of both v2.0 and v3.0 such as hyperlink anchor tag ...
did you backup your bookmarks? If yes, here is the step by step guide on how to restore it. Also note that, restoring bookmarks from a backup will overwrite your current set of bookmarks with the ones in the backup file.
Click the Library button on your toolbar. (If you don't see it there, click the menu button then click Library.) Click Bookmarks and then ...
I'd argue that it isn't particularly unethical. The reason TOR is slow to access regular sites isn't that many people are watching videos through TOR exit nodes, it's that the vast majority of traffic TOR exit nodes deal with is traffic produced by malware (according to Cloudflare, more than 90%). You watching a video will have a miniscule impact. That said, ...
The Tor network isn't limitless. If you feel bad about about streaming video, then compromise. Do you need to watch video at 1080p or even 720p? How about limiting your resolution to 480 or 240 as a compromise.
A good rule of thumb is, use as much (bandwidth) as you need and no more.
Also, YouTube is currently blocking many exit nodes so you many not be ...
You don't say which operating system, so here is the answer for Linux. Hopefully it will be somewhat similar to what you are using
You can import it via the bookmarks menu ctrl-shift-o.
for fix this error , follow this command
go to this folder /tor-browser_en-US/Browser
# nano start-tor-browser
in editor , find this code : " The Tor Browser Bundle should not be run as root "
complain "The Tor Browser Bundle should not be run as root. Exiting."
and press Ctrl + X > Y
type start-tor-browser in ...
When I find .html bookmark file to import it does not appear in TOR. If people cannot migrate their bookmarks, they won't be likely to want to change browsers, so this is critical function to work properly.
This answer depends on the operating system.
If on Linux, I would create a crontab every X minutes to check if Tor Browser is running and if it is being used. I'm not entirely sure how you would do that though.
Generally speaking, if the unused time > X minutes, then kill $torprocess.
I would check with https://unix.stackexchange.com/ for suggestions on ...
bit defender does block this, to get round it.
open bit defender, there will be a 'notification'
saying 'application access blocked'
if you select that you can 'View application' (which will be TORbrowser. then on that page (top right by the dustbin icon) there will be a switch you can turn on to enable the application to have access to the protected ...
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Securely and easily download, verify, install, and launch Tor Browser in Linux
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