145 Shortcuts for Google Chrome

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Ctrl+T

Open a new tab

Ctrl+Shift+T

Reopen the last tab closed (up to 10 tabs)

Ctrl+W/ Ctrl+F4

Close the tab
(or close Chrome if only one tab is open)

Ctrl+1 through Ctrl+8

Switch to the first tab, the second, etc.

Ctrl+9

Switch to the last tab

Ctrl+Tab/Ctrl+Page Up

Switch to the next tab

Ctrl+Shift+Tab/Ctrl+Page Down

Switch to the previous tab

Ctrl+N

Open a new window

Ctrl+Shift+N

Open a new incognito window

Ctrl+Shift+W/ Alt+F4

Close the current window

Ctrl+left-click

Open the link in a new background tab

Ctrl+Shift+left-click

Open the link in a new foreground tab

Shift+left-click

Open the link in a new window

Alt+left-click

Download the link

Ctrl + click on "Search Google for" from a drop down menu

Open Google search in a new background tab

Shift + click on "Search Google for" from a drop down menu

Open Google search in a new window

Drag link to an existing tab

Open the link in the selected tab

Drag link to tab bar

Open the link in a new tab in the specified position on the tab strip

Hold Ctrl + click on tabs in the tab bar

Select multiple tabs (to rearrange them or create a new window)

Hold Shift + click on two tabs in the tab bar

Select all the tabs between two tabs (to rearrange them or create a new window)

Ctrl+L/ Alt+D

Set focus to the address bar (highlights the current webpage URL if available)

Shift+Alt+T

Set focus to the toolbar

Ctrl+E/ Ctrl+K

Enter search query in the address bar

Arrow Down to highlight, then Shift + Delete

Remove a prediction from the address bar

Type search term and press Enter

Perform a search using the search engine associated with the keyword or the URI

Type and press Alt+Enter

Open the site or a search in a new foreground tab

Type and press Win+Enter

Open the site or a search in a new background tab (doesn't work in Windows 10)

Type and press Alt+Shift+Enter

Open the site or a search in a new background tab (works in Windows 10)

Type and press Shift+Enter

Open the site or a search in a new window

Type and press Ctrl+Enter

Add www. to beginning and .com to end of input and open the web address in the current tab

Type and press Ctrl+Alt+Enter

Add www. to beginning and .com to end of input and open the web address in a new foreground tab

Type and press Ctrl+Win+Enter

Add www. to beginning and .com to end of input and open the web address in a new background tab (doesn't work in Windows 10)

Type and press Ctrl+Shift+Enter

Add www. to beginning and .com to end of input and open the web address in a new window

Type name of search engine and press Tab

Tab-to-Search feature. E.g. Typing in 'yahoo.com' plus tab opens yahoo search. Add/edit search engines via 'Under the Hood' -> Basic -> Search Engines.

F6

Alternate focus between address bar, bookmarks bar and webpage

Arrow Down/Arrow Up

Scroll down / scroll up

Page Down/Page Up

Scroll one page down / up

Space/Shift+Space

Scroll one page down / up

Home/End

Jump to beginning / to end of webpage

Ctrl+[+]/-

Zoom in / zoom out (or Ctrl+mousewheel)

Ctrl+0 (zero)

Return zoom to normal text size

Ctrl+U

View webpage source

F11

Turn full screen on / off

F

Turn fullscreen on / off for some video types (e.g. YouTube)

M

Mute / unmute some video types (e.g. YouTube)

Alt+Home

Jump to homepage

Alt+Arrow Left/Arrow Right

Jump to previous webpage visited / jump to next webpage

F5/Ctrl+R

Reload current webpage

Ctrl+F5/Shift+F5

Reload current webpage with cache override

Esc

Stop webpage loading

Tab/Shift+Tab with focus on webpage

Jump to next / previous link

Enter on link

Open link in current tab

Ctrl+Enter on link

Open link in a new background tab

Shift+Ctrl+Enter on link

Open link in a new foreground tab

Shift+Enter on link

Open link in a new window

Alt+Enter on link

Download link

Shift+F10

Open context menu (simulate right mouse button)

Ctrl+A

Select all content on webpage

Ctrl+C with content selected

Copy selected content to clipboard

Ctrl+P

Print current webpage (Chrome Print Dialog)

Ctrl+Shift+P

Print current webpage (Native Windows Print Dialog)

Ctrl+O

Open file

Ctrl+S

Save current webpage

Alt+F

Open Wrench Menu (I'd call it file menu to remember the shortcut)

Ctrl+H

Open History tab

Ctrl+J

Open Downloads tab

Shift+Esc

View Google Task manager

F1

Chrome Help

Ctrl+Shift+Del

Open the Clear Browsing Data options

Ctrl+F/F3

Find text on webpage. Press Enter for.

Enter/Shift+Enter with text found on webpage

Find next / find previous match

Ctrl+G/Ctrl+Shift+G with text found on webpage

Find next / find previous match

Esc

With focus on Search box: Close Search box

Ctrl+Shift+B

Show or hide bookmarks bar

Ctrl+Shift+O

Open Bookmark Manager

Ctrl+D

Add bookmark for current webpage

Ctrl+Shift+D

Saves all open pages as bookmarks in a new folder

Drag URL to bookmark bar

Bookmark webpage (can be URL from address bar or link from page)

Alt+F, then B

Open Bookmark Manager Tab

Ctrl+Shift+I (or F12)

Open Developer Tools

Ctrl+Shift+J

Open Developer Tools (With Focus on Javascript Console)

Ctrl+Shift+C

Toggle Element Inspection mode

Ctrl+Shift+C (2x)

Switch Focus on Developer Tools (there is not really a shortcut for focusing on the Developer Tool, but this is a workaround. Watch the Inspector Mode Icon change color as you press for guidence. Finally, this works only if DevTools are docked; if they are not, simpy switch between windows with Alt+Tab)

?

Show General Settings Dialog (press Esc to exit)

Ctrl+[/]

Switch to next / Switch to previous panel (add Alt to the combination to reverse the direction)

Ctrl+D

Dock / Undock Developer Tool

Ctrl+Shift+M

Toggle (mobile) Device Mode

Ctrl+F

Search Text in Source

Ctrl+Shift+F

Search Text across sources

Ctrl+O

Search by Filename

Ctrl+[+]/-

Zoom in / Zoom out Developer tools

Ctrl+0 (zero)

Zoom to default

Ctrl+Arrow Up

Focus on the Elements content (this is strangely nowhere documented, but worked for me; without this one, you cannot use any of the other shortcuts below without clicking on the content first)

Arrow Up/Arrow Down

Navigate upwards/ downwards

Ctrl+Z/Ctrl+Y

Undo / Redo Change

Arrow Right/Arrow Left

Expand / Collapse

Left-click on arrow

Expand node

Ctrl+Alt+Left-click

Expand/collapse node with all children

Enter

Edit the element

H

Hide the element

F2

Toggle edit as HTML

Left-click

Edit Rule

Left-click on white space

Insert new property

Ctrl+Left-click on property

Go to line of style rule property declaration

Shift+Left-click on property

Cycle through the color definition value

Tab/Shift+Tab

Edit next / edit previous property

Arrow Up/Arrow Down

Increase / decrease value by 1

Page Up/Page Down

Increase / decrease value by 10

Shift+Page Up/Page Down

Increase / decrease value by 100

Alt+Arrow Up/Arrow Down

Increase / decrease value by 100

F8, Ctrl+\

Pause / resume script execution

F8, Ctrl+\

Pause / resume script execution

F10, Ctrl+'

Step over next function call

F11, Ctrl+;

Step into next function call

Shift+F11, Ctrl+Shift+;

Step out of current function

Ctrl+./,

Select next / select previous call frame

Left-click on line-number

Toggle breakpoint condition

Right-click on line number

Edit breakpoint condition

Alt+Delete

Delete individual words

Ctrl+/

Comment a line or selected text

Ctrl+S

Save changes to local modifications

Ctrl+Alt+S

Save all changes

Ctrl+G

Go to line

Ctrl+O

Search by filename

Ctrl+P+number

Jump to line number

Ctrl+O+number +number

Jump to column

Ctrl+Shift+O

Go to member

Alt+W

Close active tab

Ctrl+Enter

Run snippet

Ctrl+M

Go to matching bracket

Ctrl+P+number

Jump to line number

Ctrl+O+number +number

Jump to column

Ctrl+/

Toggle comment

Ctrl+D

Select next occurrence

Ctrl+U

Undo last selection

Ctrl+E

Start / stop recording

Ctrl+S

Save timeline data

Ctrl+O

Open / Load timeline data

Ctrl+E

Start / stop recording

Arrow Right

Accept Suggestion

Arrow Up/Arrow Down

Previous / next command (line)

Ctrl+`

Focus the Console

Ctrl+L

Clear Console

Shift+Enter

Multi-line entry

Enter

Execute

Created by admin on 8/1/2010. Last updated by k9f100 on 10/31/2020

 

3 Comments for 'Chrome '   

 
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Comment #3 by HungNeo Jan 7, 2021 at 07:08 pm  Reply

good nice

Comment #2 by HungNeo Jan 7, 2021 at 07:05 pm  Reply

good nice

Comment #1 by Mark Mar 18, 2020 at 05:20 pm  Reply

Thank you for the shortcuts. I added the "Proper Menu Bar" extension, but it's virtually useless, because you still have to use the mouse to activate and use all the menu items--virtually pointless. Is anyone aware of how to get a menu interface that will remove 99% to 100% of need to use the mouse for browsing and browsing activity? Don't computer user employees still get taught how to refrain from taking their hands off the keyboard (because it's a time gobbler)?

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