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You can try any employee monitoring software, it can help you to track every Internet activities performed in a computer, that is, what all files are downloaded, which websites are visited and for how long a person stays there. One of such software is EmpMonitor, which can help you not only in tracking Internet usage but Computer usage as well.
I don't see anything here that points to the issue being Google Chrome. You may have an infection or another program could be causing this as well. I just helped a customer with the same issue last week - turned out to be McAfee.
Get with friends and co-workers who have already been utilizing the internet for awhile. They will be able to give you better guidance based on their actual usage concerning how to's and security issues. Once you are up and running with their help, I would suggest becoming familar with Google. It is an excellent resource for info on most topics.
When you select Advanced > Enable Usage Rights in Adobe Reader the Enable Usage Rights in Adobe Reader dialog box shown in Figure opens
Click Save Now and your file is enabled with the four items
described above. You need Acrobat Professional for all enabling
features. These commands are not available to Acrobat Standard users
(Acrobat Standard available for Windows only in Acrobat 8). When you
select the Enable Usage Rights for Adobe Reader menu command and click
Save Now all enabling features are added to the PDF.
Put your portal ID and password [usually "dataone" if you have not changed it]
If you don't have your Portal ID and password, call the BSNL customer care center. And if yo don't even have the customer care no. don't worry, Just dial 197 from your landline, and ask them for "Broadband Inquiry Number"