Showing posts with label Google Chrome. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Google Chrome. Show all posts

Tuesday, May 10, 2016

How to Use Google Drive Offline on a Desktop | Computer | Laptop or Android Mobile | Apple Device | Mac Device

We always want that we can access our data from anywhere in the world with best security and easy access to any of our devices like Smartphone or any computer laptop. Google always ready for people do better and better work for their daily Life. Google Drive is the Best option for use offline data and sync in all your devices. Google Drive so, flexible to use and understand some of the best features of the Google Drive i am going to share with you. One min Features of use Offline and go online with sync all your Data to the Drive.

Use Google Drive From the Desktop

If you are using Desktop Computer Google Drive have tow option for you to upload your data to the google drive.

1. Download Google Drive Setup
2. Upload direct to the Google Drive through website. 

Like that this is the basic steps which you can do online and offline your data. you can also download Google Drive for your android device and save your data online and offline. Google Drive give option like Apple all Devices. you need just one account of Google Drive.

Tuesday, August 26, 2014

Google Chrome comes to Cuba

Havana - Google Chrome has finally touched down in Cuba. In a Google+ post Wednesday, Google blames American export controls and sanctions that may prohibit the access of certain tools in Cuba.

"U.S. export controls and sanctions can sometimes limit the products available in certain countries. As these trade restrictions evolve we’ve been working to figure out how to make more tools available in sanctioned countries," the company said in a post.

Although many may have found ways to download Chrome through other channels, the browser is now available across all platforms, such as Mac OS X, Android, Windows and iOS.

According to The Verge, this announcement comes just a couple of months after Google CEO Eric Schmidt and a group of web activists visited Cuba in June, campaigning for "open and free Internet.”

The Cuban government has been trying to make Cuba more Internet accessible by opening more than a hundred Internet cafes and offering DSL service to residents. However, that does not mean that Cubans have easy access to the Internet. Only 3% of Cubans use the Internet, making the country one of the least connected places in the world.

In the past few years, Google has also pushed for Chrome access to Syria, Iran, Myanmar and North Korea.

Google Chrome Extension Lets Users Send Encrypted Emails

Google has plans to make its email more secure, using add-on encryption software that will work like any other extension for Google Chrome.

On its security blog Tuesday, Google announced it’s preparing a Chrome extension called End-to-End to make heavy-duty encryption easier for anyone to use.

Google already offers HTTPS, but its own email stats show only about half of Gmail messages are secured this way.

HTTPS does protect Gmail messages while they’re in transit — the TP in HTTPS stands for "transfer protocol." The OpenPGP standard Google is using in End-to-End will help secure Gmail messages while they’re at rest on the sender or receiver’s machine.

They’ll have to be encrypted and decrypted with public and private keys — so not quite as easy as refreshing your inbox — but as Google says, it will probably appeal to “those who need added protection.”

Google has released the source code for community review before it goes live.

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