Google Chrome, the most widely use internet browser has its own shortcut keys that you can use to make your life easier.
Here are all the major shortcut keys used in Google Chrome Internet browser:
|Open your homepage.
|Toggle between browser windows
|Back a page.
|Forward a page.
|Display the current website in full-screen mode. Pressing F11 again will exit this mode.
|Stop page or download from loading.
|Ctrl+(- or +)
|Zoom in our out of a page ‘-‘ will decrease and ‘+’ will increase. Ctrl+0 will reset back to default.
|Pressing Ctrl and any number 1 through 8 will move to the corresponding tab in your tab bar.
|Switch to last tab.
|Reset browser zoom to default
|Quickly complete an address. For example, type computerhope in the address bar and press Ctrl+Enter to get https://www.computerhope.com.
|Open the Clear Data window to quickly clear private data.
|Toggle the bookmarks bar between hidden and shown
|Select everything on a page
|Add a bookmark for the page currently opened.
|Open the “find” bar to search text on the current page
|Open a file in the browser
|Open the Bookmark manager.
|Open history in a new tab
|Display the downloads window
|Ctrl+K or Ctrl+E
|Perform a Google search
|Move the cursor to the browser address bar and highlight everything in it.
|Open New browser window.
|Open a new window in incognito (private) mode.
|Print current page or frame.
|Ctrl+R or F5
|Refresh the current page or frame.
|Saves the current page
|Opens a new tab.
|View a web page’s source code
|Closes the currently selected tab.
|Closes the currently selected window.
|Reopens the last tab you’ve closed (up to 10).
|Moves through each of the open tabs.
|Open the link in a new tab in the background
|Open the link in a new tab and switch to the new tab
|Moves down a page at a time.
|Moves up a page at a time.
|Go to top of page
|Go to bottom of page
|Display all previous text entered in a text box and available options on a drop-down menu.