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Now days, Internet is accessed by every individual who uses a computer. Internet research companies have created applications known as “browsers” for accessing different websites at a glance. One can also search required content on the internet with the help of these browsers.
Anyone who uses internet is quite familiar with the term “Google”. It is the most accessed search engine worldwide. Google created a browser for accessing websites through a single gateway and titled it with “Chrome”. Google Chrome was released publicly in November 2008 and has been holding the second highest market share in the segment due to facilities like faster browsing, webpage suggestions and a host of other features.
Google has made the most uncomplicated browser till date but many users face the dilemma of operating Google Chrome efficiently. To address this problem Google has developed this browser with a number of shortcuts for a faster browsing experience. Many people are not aware of these Google Chrome keyboard shortcuts so they end up spending a lot of time for searching simple applications.
Though memorizing all the shortcuts wouldn’t be easy for everyone, a handful of useful shortcuts may go a long way in providing you with a faster and rich browsing experience.
Let us start with the most basic shortcuts which we may use anytime.
1) Ctrl+Shift+b = It shows or hides the bookmarks menu.
2) Ctrl+t = Opens up a new tab on the browser for viewing multiple websites simultaneously.
3) Ctrl+Shift+t = Opens up the exact link of last tab you closed.
4) Ctrl+w = Closes the current tab that you are viewing
5) Ctrl+n = Opens a new window of Google Chrome
Now, I would like to share with you some exciting shortcuts for using Google Chrome.
a) Dragging a link up to the tab area automatically opens that link inside a new tab.
b) Shift+Esc = opens the task manager for Google Chrome
c) Ctrl+h = To access the history of Chrome
d) Ctrl+j = To access the downloads menu
e) Ctrl+back arrow on Chrome= To open previously closed tabs without losing the current tab
f) Ctrl+clicking a link = Opens the clicked link in a new tab
g) Ctrl+(1 to9)= For switching between the currently open tabs
h) Ctrl+l = To access and highlight the URL bar
i) Ctrl +Enter after typing the name of a website= This opens the website with a .com extension
j) Ctrl+shift+del= To quickly delete the history
k) Ctrl+F4 = To close the Chrome browser
I have tried to accumulate the most popular shortcuts of Google Chrome here. I think they would aid in faster problem solving and making your browsing periods a fast and pleasurable experience. Keep using Google Chrome for smarter browsing and use the above Google Chrome keyboard shortcuts to get your work done at brisk pace. Enjoy browsing and keep practicing the above shortcuts to get acquainted with Google Chrome better.
About the author: Alia Haley is a blogger by profession. She loves writing on technology and luxury. Beside this she is fond of gadgets.