Google Chrome, one of the most popular browsers, has many shortcuts which help you to work on it faster.
Let's see the Chrome shortcuts that work on Windows PC.
Google Chrome Shortcuts
Open Chrome Help page.
Turn on Fullscreen mode. You can use the same key to exit out of Fullscreen mode.
Alt + Left Arrow
Move to the page in a retrograde manner.
Alt + Right Arrow
Forwardly move to the page.
Alt + Shift + N
Minimize Chrome window.
Alt + Shift + X
Maximize Chrome window.
Take you to the top of the page.
Take you to the end of the page.
Shift + Scrolling mouse wheel
Scroll the page horizontally.
Navigate via clickable items forwardly.
Shift + Tab
Navigate via clickable items in a retrograde manner.
Page Down (or Spacebar)
Scroll down on the webpage.
Page Up (or Shift + Spacebar)
Scroll up on the webpage.
Ctrl + Click on a link
Open link in a new tab.
Ctrl + Shift + Click on a link (or Shift + clicking the link using mouse wheel)
Open link in a new tab and provide the focus to the new tab.
Shift + Click on a link
Open link in a new window.
Alt + Click in a link
Download the target of that link.
Type a URL and then press Alt + Enter
Open the URL in a new tab.
Stops loading of the page.
Shift + Escape key
Open Chrome Task Manager.
Shift + F5 (or Ctrl + Shift + R)
Reloads the current page but ignores cached content.
Shift + Alt + T
Bring the focus to the first active icon in the Chrome toolbar.
Alt + Home
Open Chrome browser Homepage.
Alt + F (or E)
Open Chrome browser Menu.
Ctrl + (1 to 8)
Take you to the corresponding numbered tab. For instance - if you press Ctrl + 3, you will be taken to the third tab.
Ctrl + 9
Take you to the last tab of the current Chrome window.
Ctrl + 0
Bring back the current tab to the default view.
Ctrl + +
Zoom in. Alternatively, Ctrl + Shift + + or Shift + scrolling mouse wheel up can do the same.
Ctrl + -
Zoom out. Ctrl + Shift + - or Shift + scrolling mouse wheel down can do the same.
Ctrl + Enter
Adds the www. and .com to the website name typed in the Address Bar.
Ctrl + Tab (or Ctrl+ Page Down)
Ctrl + Shift + Tab (or Ctrl + Page Up)
Switch to the previous tab.
Ctrl + A
Select all in the web page or Address Bar depending on where the focus is.
Ctrl + C
Copy the content.
Ctrl + V
Paste the content depending on where the focus is.
Ctrl + T
Open a new tab.
Ctrl + N
New Chrome window.
Ctrl + Shift + T
Ctrl + Shift + N
Ctrl + Shift + 4 (when the focus is on the Address Bar)
Brings the "Currency" symbol (for me, it brings "Rupee" symbol).
Ctrl + Shift + Delete
Open "Clear browsing data" popup.
Ctrl + S
Open "Save" dialog box.
Ctrl + D
Ctrl + K (or E)
Open your Chrome browser's default search engine in the Address Bar. Now, you can type your search term and then press Enter key to search.
Ctrl + H
Ctrl + J
Ctrl + L
Bring the focus to the Address Bar. Alt + D and "F6" keys too can do the same.
Ctrl + P
Print window. You can use this window to save the web page as PDF.
Ctrl + O
Open "Open" dialog box.
Ctrl + U
View source of the active tab.
Ctrl + W (or F4)
Close current tab.
Ctrl + F
Open Find bar.
Ctrl + G (or F3 or Enter)
Take you to the next instance of "Find Bar" term.
Ctrl + Shift + G (or Shift + F3 or Shift + Enter)
Take you to the previous instance of "Find Bar" term.
Ctrl + Shift + M
Open the popup where you can switch profiles.
Ctrl + Shift + O
Open Bookmarks Manager.
Ctrl + Shift + B
Hide/unhide Bookmarks Bar.
Ctrl + Shift + D
Bookmark all tabs that are opened in the browser under a new folder.
Ctrl + Shift + C (or I)
Open "Developer Tools." Pressing "F12" can do the same task.
Ctrl + Shift + J
Open "Console" tab of "Developer Tools."
Ctrl + Shift + P
Open "Print using system dialog."
Ctrl + Shift + R
Refresh the active tab. Pressing "F5" can do the same task.
Ctrl + Shift + W
Close current Chrome window with all its tabs.
Ctrl + Shift + Q
Close the Chrome browser entirely.
Here are few essential things that you can do in Chrome using mouse only:
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Chrome Keyboard Shortcuts