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aneeskA [PersonRank 1]

Thursday, June 10, 2010
10 years ago8,161 views


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How many are there in total? Just for fun I counted them. See below.

1. Don’t see a home button next to the address bar? Learn how to add one to get easy access to your home page.
2. Accidentally closed a window full of tabs? Find it again in the Recently closed section of the New Tab page.
3. Don’t want to leave traces of your browsing history? Browse in incognito mode. Learn more
4. Press Ctrl+Shift+T repeatedly to reopen the last 10 tabs you closed. Learn more keyboard shortcuts.
5. Did you know you can drag a link to the bookmarks bar to create an instant bookmark? Learn more bookmarking tricks.
6. Did you know you can drag the star to the bookmarks bar to create a bookmark for the page? Learn more bookmarking tricks.
7. Want to hide thumbnails on the New Tab page? Click the thumbnails icon at the top of the page. Learn more about customizing the New Tab page.
8. Place shortcuts for your favorite sites on your computer desktop. Learn more
9. Click the star next to the address bar to bookmark the page you’re viewing. Learn more bookmarking tricks.
10. Press F11 to go full screen. Learn more keyboard shortcuts.
11. Press Ctrl+O to open a file in the browser. Learn more keyboard shortcuts.
12. Press Ctrl+Shift+N to open a new window in incognito mode. Pages you visit while in incognito mode aren’t stored in your browsing history. Learn more
13. Click a tab and drag it out of the tab strip to open it in a new window. Learn more about using tabs.
14. Press Ctrl+H to see your browsing history. Learn more keyboard shortcuts.
15. Press Ctrl+J to see a list of files you’ve downloaded. Learn more keyboard shortcuts.
16. Press Ctrl+P to print your current webpage. Learn more keyboard shortcuts.
17. Press Ctrl+S to save your current webpage. Learn more keyboard shortcuts.
18. Want to quickly search the page you’re viewing? Press Ctrl+F to open the find bar. Learn more about using the find bar.
19. Press Ctrl and + to enlarge a page; Ctrl and – to make the page smaller; and Ctrl and 0 to return the page to its normal size. Learn more keyboard shortcuts.
20. Create address bar keywords for search engines you frequently use. Learn how
21. To search a specific site, start typing the site’s web address in the address bar and press Tab when prompted. Learn more search tips.
22. Press Ctrl+N to open a new browser window. Learn more keyboard shortcuts.
23. Press Ctrl+T to open a new tab. Learn more keyboard shortcuts.
24. Drag a link to the tab strip at the top of your browser window to open it in a new tab.
25. Quickly resize a tab by dragging it to a docking position on your monitor or browser window. Learn more
26. Have your tabs arranged your way. Click a tab and drag it to a new position along the top of the browser window. Learn more about arranging tabs.
27. Search your bookmarks and browsing history from the address bar. Learn more
28. When you use the find bar, yellow markers on the scrollbar help you quickly locate matches on the page. Learn more about using the find bar.
29. Press Ctrl+Shift+B to open the bookmark manager. Learn more keyboard shortcuts.
30. Customize Google Chrome with themes! Check out designs at the Themes Gallery.
31. Click and hold down the back button to see your browsing history.
32. Add extra features and functionality to your browser with extensions. Visit the Extensions Gallery or learn more about extensions.
33. Parlez-vous français ? Google Chrome’s built-in translation bar helps you read more of the Web. Learn more
34. Switching between computers? Keep your Google Chrome settings, bookmarks, and themes in sync across computers. Learn how
35. Press F6 to quickly place your cursor in the address bar. Learn more keyboard shortcuts.
36. Switching between computers? Keep your Google Chrome settings, bookmarks, and themes in sync across computers. Learn how
37. Have your tabs arranged your way. Click a tab and drag it to a new position along the top of the browser window. Learn more about arranging tabs.
38. Press F11 to go full screen. Learn more keyboard shortcuts.

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Feel free to add what I missed.

Fr [PersonRank 3]

10 years ago #

You get them all I think. To be sure, check that list : google.com/buzz/beaufort.franc ...

aneeskA [PersonRank 1]

10 years ago #

No! They missed 2! The list has only 36.

:-)

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