The Best Keyboard Shortcuts For Google Chrome Browser
Keyboard shortcuts allow you easy access regularly used features with a keystroke, and with your hands never leaving the computer keyboard to control the mouse on your PC or Laptop, saving more time and increasing efficiency for your job.
A lot of programs have scores or hundreds of shortcuts, but who certainly can remember them all? Instead of an important list, We have chosen 25 shortcuts to more typically used functions and features in Google Chrome.
25 Essential Keyboard Shortcuts for Chrome
Ctrl + T: Opens a new Tabs or more Tab
Ctrl + W or Ctrl + F4: Closes the current Tab or Pop-Up window.
Ctrl + Shift + T: Reopen the last closed tab which you have closed. You can reopen the last 10 Tabs.
Ctrl + N: Opens a new Chrome browser window.
Alt+F4: Close the current window. (Works in all program is using).
Press Space or Page Down: Scroll down the Web Page
Press Shift + Space or Page Up: Scroll up the Web Page
Press Home: Goes to the top of the Web Page
Press End: Goes to the bottom of the Web Page
Press Middle Mouse – Scroll with the mouse. (Windows only)
History & Bookmarks
Press Ctrl + H: Go to open the Browsing History
Press Ctrl + J: Go to open the Download History
Press Ctrl + D: Create Bookmark the current Web Page
Press Ctrl + Shift + Del: Go to the Clear Browsing History window
Press Ctrl + (+) or Ctrl + Scroll your mouse wheel up: Zoom in
Press Ctrl + (-) or Ctrl + Scroll your mouse wheel down : Zoom out
Press Ctrl + 0: Go to the default zoom.
Press F11: Go to Full-Screen or Press F11 again to exit full-screen.
Press Alt + Left Arrow or Press Backspace: Go back the previous history page in your Browser
Press Alt + Right Arrow or Press Shift + Backspace: Go the next history page in your Browser
Press F5: Go to Reload current Web Page
Press Esc: Stop
Press Alt + Home: Go to Open the Homepage
Press Ctrt + P: Go to Print the current Web Page
Press Ctrl + S: Save the current Web Page to your PC or Laptop