How to Apply Some Tips and Tricks on Google Chrome

How to Apply Some Tips and Tricks on Google Chrome

How to Apply Some Tips and Tricks on Google Chrome


Google Chrome is a feature-rich browser, and there are several tricks and tips to enhance your browsing experience. Here are some cool Google Chrome tricks:

1. Search From the Address Bar:

   You can use the address bar as a search bar. Just type your search query directly into the address bar and press Enter.

2. Use Omnibox Shortcuts:

   Use various shortcuts in the address bar to perform specific actions, such as "site:" to search within a specific site, "define:" to get a quick definition, and "weather:" to check the weather.

3. Pin Tabs:

   Right-click on a tab and select "Pin Tab" to reduce the tab size and keep frequently used tabs easily accessible.

4. Drag Multiple Tabs:

   Hold down the Shift key and click on multiple tabs to select them. You can then drag them as a group.

5. Task Manager:

    Access Chrome's built-in Task Manager by pressing Shift + Esc. It shows you how much memory and CPU usage each tab and extension is using.

6. Reopen Closed Tabs:

   Did you accidentally close a tab? Press Ctrl + Shift + T (Windows/Linux) or Command + Shift + T (Mac) to reopen the most recently closed tab.

7. Create Desktop Shortcuts for Websites:

   Visit a website, click on the three dots in the top-right, go to "More tools," and select "Create shortcut." This will create a desktop shortcut to the website.

8. Use Chrome Flags:

   Type "chrome://flags/" in the address bar to access experimental features and settings. Be cautious, as these features are not always stable.

9. Custom Search Engines:

   In Chrome settings, under "Search engine," you can add custom search engines. Assign a keyword, and you can quickly search on that site by typing the keyword followed by your search query in the address bar.

10. Mouse Gestures:

    Install a Chrome extension like "Chrome Gesture" to enable mouse gestures for easier navigation. You can perform actions like opening a new tab or going back with simple mouse movements.

11. Scroll Through Tabs:

    Hover over the tab bar and use your scroll wheel to cycle through open tabs.

12. Taskbar Jumplist (Windows):

    - Right-click on the Chrome icon in the taskbar to access a jumplist with your most visited sites and recently closed tabs.

Experiment with these tips to optimize your Chrome browsing experience!

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