Anyone who is using Windows 7, 8, or 8.1 on a computer with a 64-bit processor can use Chrome 64-bit. What’s the difference? I’m glad you asked.
A lot of people like Chromebook. A lot of people love Skype. For those of you out there who have been told Skype can’t be used on Chromebook, I’m going to show you it can be done!
Google have made the process of deleting old devices frustratingly opaque in their online help documents; which is strange with the rate that users buy new tablets, smart phones and laptops.
There are plenty of proxy servers out there (and you can even create your own), but few come with the ideological goals of anonymoX.