How to Permanently Remove Google Account Sync in Chrome

Google Chrome comes with a build-in google account sync feature to sync your bookmarks, preferences, apps, history, tabs, payment methods, extensions, themes, addresses and more. It will help you if you are using chrome on multiple devices. If you don’t like the google account sync feature in google chrome, then you can temporary disable sync feature via the chrome setting. Settings-> You and Google-> Sync and Google services-> Allow Chrome sign-in.

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How to edit the hosts file on Ubuntu and block a website

  • Post last modified:November 25, 2017
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The hosts file is an OS based plain text file that maps hostnames to IP addresses.It contains lines of IP address in the first field and host names in the second field. Each field is separated by tab space. you can also add a comment line by adding a hash (#) in the front.

Edit the hosts file on Ubuntu:

Open your Terminal app searching “terminal” in the unity dash or by press Ctrl+Alt+T key combination. If you want to take a backup of your hosts file , typing the following command in your terminal app.
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Chrome for Android 28 released [Android]

  • Post last modified:July 11, 2013
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Google chrome 28 for android is now available for download. What’s new in this release?

Google Translate – web pages in other languages, Chrome will automatically detect and offer to translate them to your language.
Fullscreen on tablets – scroll down the page and the toolbar will disappear.
New user interface for right-to-left (RTL) languages including Arabic, Farsi, and Hebrew.
Lots of stability and performance fixes

Price:FREE
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