You have an upside down PDF document. Maybe you scanned a document the wrong way, or you received it from a teammate. Now you want to fix it.
The "rotate" feature of Adobe Reader might be a solution, but it is only a temporary solution. Close Adobe Reader and the PDF is upside down again. You need to rotate your document permanently. You can also ask Google for free software. There are a lot of. Some of them are genuinely free. Some pretend to be free but will inject a watermark in the rotated document or will just rotate the first few pages. All must be downloaded and installed. Not convenient for a one shot operation.
RotatePDF.net to the rescue! RotatePDF.net allows you to rotate your PDF documents just nicely:Read Full Post | Make a Comment ( 2 so far )
Google is getting more serious now for Google Chrome security. In order to make chrome browser more secure it is planning to give incentives to the external researchers, developers and enthusiasts for reporting original vulnerabilities in the browser. Google hopes that incentive program will encourage more users to get into the Chromium security project, thereby making the browser more and more secure.Read Full Post | Make a Comment ( 1 so far )
GoogleSharing is a special kind of anonymizing proxy service, designed for a very specific threat. It ultimately aims to provide a level of anonymity that will prevent google from tracking your searches, movements, and what websites you visit.
GoogleSharing is not a full proxy service designed to anonymize all your traffic, but rather something designed exclusively for your communication with Google. Our system is totally transparent, with no special "alternative" websites to visit. Your normal work flow should be exactly the same.Read Full Post | Make a Comment ( Comments Off on GoogleSharing-Google’s Anonymous Proxy Service )
Google recently made the ‘Always use https’ setting the default behavior in Gmail (the default used to be http).
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If you sign in to Gmail via a non-secure Internet connection, like a public wireless or non-encrypted network, your Google account may be more vulnerable to hijacking. Non-secure networks make it easier for someone to impersonate you and gain full access to your Google account, including any sensitive data it may contain like bank statements or online log-in credentials.
GooglePasswordDecryptor is a free tool to recover the stored Google account passwords by various desktop applications.
Most of Google’s desktop applications such as GTalk, Picassa etc. store the account passwords in their private encrypted store to prevent hassale of entering the password everytime.Read Full Post | Make a Comment ( Comments Off on GooglePasswordDecryptor -The Google Account Password Recovery Tool )
No stopping for Google.. This time around they are entering into the market of programming. Google introduces GO Programming language which addresses the limitations of C and C++.Read Full Post | Make a Comment ( 1 so far )
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