The vitriol and hate in response to Google’s decision to move away from NPAPI support is just astounding. You would think that Google was trying to steal their first born children. The ranting and the hatred in some of the comments at the Chromium Blog and other threads over the matter is crazy and born entirely from a place of ignorance. These folks clearly do not understand plug-ins or the direction web browsers are going out of necessity.
This article will present a step by step guide on how to have access to your personal computer from anywhere using your android phone. Well, you might be wondering why you would need such a feature; well you might use it to have access to your parents computer for some troubleshooting, or you might use it to watch videos and listening to music stored on your computer, you might also use it to have access to other files on your home/work computer, of course there are many other applications that you can use this trick in, but I shall leave it for your ambitious mind to think of.
We’ve all been in this situation; you’re at school, college or at work and one of your friends/colleagues/acquaintances wants to use your computer (his computer is dead and is at the IT department) just for a couple of minutes to check whether he/she has received an important email or not (you know that a couple of minutes means 30 minutes…
Sometimes you delete your browsing history by mistake (or on purpose to hide it from that sniffing IT guy at your work place) and now you want to recover your browsing history. It turned out to be a relatively easy job to recover your Chrome deleted web history. You shall find here two simple ways to recover your deleted browsing history.
If you’re a happy Google Chrome user who’s lost his happy because of a silly history deletion you made a while ago, then we have the solution for turning that frown upside down. Google Chrome is a widely used browser with extensive features and options to help you accomplish everyday tasks in no time (without crashing). One main reason people use Chrome over other browsers is its load speed – sometimes 10 times faster than others. But what really makes this a one-of-a-kind browser is the ability to hack into deleted web history.