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The address bar select + enter trick on OS X (not a "true duplicate", but close enough for me): command+L+enter Thanks to http://superuser.com/a/310162/127024.
You can't, this would obliterate any security Drive would have. But you can 'share' the files from one account to another, and the other account can have as much access as you need. From Google's site: While you have a file open: Click Share in the top-right corner. While you have a folder open: Click the share icon in the top-right Share. From your file ...
Trying to install Google Chrome v42 via MSI was failing for me using the silent install commands in this post. When I ran the MSI manually, i found that it pops up a UAC prompt, and that the silent install was failing due to the UAC prompt being blocked. This is a really good article explaining the relationship between MSI and UAC: ...
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Maybe it is not official build, but maintened by Chromium Team. https://download-chromium.appspot.com/ You should be aware these are, as the description says, "raw" builds from the most recent version of the source trunk, and may be significantly less stable than the packaged builds you may be used to of Chromium for Linux distributions or of Chrome.
Just below the Google search result (title of your interested link), there is an arrow which links you to the cached result. Click on 'cached', and the resultant page will display the actual link.
I just found this thread via a G-SEARCH for "Win 7 disable location." Thank you for the above info. I believe I have resolved much of the privacy issue by installing ZenMate (https://zenmate.com). I just tested my laptop with http://www.ip2location.com ... which displayed that my IP Address was successfully "stealthified" to another location. Here is ...
Chrome has a setting the automatically translates all pages you visit in a specific language. To customize how translate will behave based on different languages and pages you visit, click Options in the translate box that appears under the icon. Select Always translate to automatically translate pages written in the particular language ...
Whichever Anti-virus you use, de-select (uncheck) the box for HTTPS scanning.
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