Google Chrome 51

Google has launched Chrome 51 for Windows and Mac, promising that the Linux version will “ship shortly.”
This release includes the usual slew of developer features, but users should benefit from some of the improvements right away.
Google Chrome is arguably more than a browser: With over 1 billion users, it’s a major platform that web developers have to consider. In fact, with its regular additions and changes, developers have to keep up to ensure they are taking advantage of everything available.
You can update to the latest version now using the browser’s built-in silent updater, or download it directly from the link below
google.com/chrome.

Who's watching You (Get your free, anti Keylogger) for Windows

Ghostpress is a free anti-keylogger software.It supports global key protection without any application limitation.

Instead of scrambling the key presses this tool even hides any key press.



The application is pretty simple to use. It is portable and does not require any installation. You can either carry it in USB pen drive or attach it in your email as it is just 150KB in size. All you need to do is to run the exe file and the protection is activated. So instead of scrambling the key presses on your PC, Ghostpress completely hides any key press actions from prying eyes.

Download the file and double click on it to install




Once installed it will open and that's it you're protected

You can  temporarily block the access by clicking on the green icon, It will then turn red! You can also enable it in Windows start up. The app is pretty simple and easy to use




Click on options and select Enable desktop widget, This will open a green check circle (shown above) It floats so you can place it wherever you like on the desktop


The app is available free of cost and can be downloaded from here






Connect to another pc using Windows 8 Remote Desktop


How do I connect to another PC with Remote Desktop?
These instructions are for setting up a Windows 8.1 PC. 

To set up the remote PC
Go to the remote PC.

Swipe in from the right edge of the screen, tap Search (or if you're using a mouse, point to the upper-right corner of the screen, move the mouse pointer down, and then click Search), enter allow remote in the search box, and then tap or click Allow remote access to your computer.   You might be asked for an admin password or to confirm your choice.

In the System Properties dialog box, under Remote Desktop, make sure the Allow remote connections to this computer button is selected. For more info about these options, see the "What types of Remote Desktop connections should I allow?" question in this topic.

Tap or click Select Users, and in the Remote Desktop Users dialog box, tap or click Add.

In the Select Users or Groups dialog box, do the following:

tap or click Locations, and then select the location you want to search.

In Enter the object names to select, enter the name or user name of the person that you want to add, and then tap or click OK. The name will be added to the list of people who can connect to this PC.

Make sure you know this PC’s full name. You’ll need to enter it in the Remote Desktop app when you want to connect to this PC remotely.

To find your PC's full name:
Open System by swiping in from the right edge of the screen, tapping Search (or if you're using a mouse, pointing to the upper-right corner of the screen, moving the mouse pointer down, and then clicking Search), entering System in the search box, and tapping or clicking System.

Look under Computer name, domain, and workgroup settings to see the full PC name.

Turn off sleep and hibernation on the remote PC. You'll need to make sure the settings for sleep and hibernation are set to Never.

Its kinda hard trying to connect to a computer that's sleeping!!

Fix Google Chrome sync issues Android and PC

Google Chrome not syncing for ya?

If you get a sync error or if you've made changes to your synced data but don't see it on other devices. Try the steps below

First, try to see what caused the problem
On your computer, open Chrome.
If Chrome found a sync error, the top corner of the screen will show a yellow Chrome Menu .
Click the Menu.
Click the error.

Follow the instructions to fix the problem.

So if the steps above don’t help, here are some easy fixes:

Sign in to Chrome again.
Did you update your Google Account recently?

Lets see if that is causing the problem.
Disconnect and reconnect your Google account to Chrome.

Open Chrome on your computer.
In the top right, click the Menu .
Click Settings > Disconnect your Google Account.
Close and quit Chrome completely, then re-open Chrome.

Sign in to Chrome and turn sync back on. Update your passphrase.

If you’ve set a sync passphrase on one computer, you’ll need to enter the same passphrase on all of your other computers you want to sync.

Open Chrome on your computer.
In the top right, click the icon you see: Menu or More Click Settings > Advanced sync settings.
You'll see one of the following:
“Your data was encrypted with your Google password If you ,,,,,
If you see this message, enter the sync passphrase that you created.

Update Chrome:
Sometimes, Chrome could have a hard time syncing if you're on an older version of the browser. Update to the newest version.

Chromebook users:
Talk to your administrator If you're using a Chromebook at work, school, or another group, your organization might change some of your sync settings. If you have problems, contact your administrator.