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Google Chrome Shortcuts For Windows and Linux operating system

We use shortcuts to make work easier and to increase the rate of doing work. For this Google Chrome, the developer team has made several shortcuts and many of them don’t know. These shortcuts are for different purposes and the purpose of the shortcut keys is mentioned in the table. These shortcuts only work in Windows and Linux operating systems.

Tab and window shortcuts

ActionShortcut
Open a new windowCtrl + n
Open a new window in Incognito modeCtrl + Shift + n
Open a new tab, and jump to itCtrl + t
Reopen previously closed tabs in the order they were closedCtrl + Shift + t
Jump to the next open tabCtrl + Tab or Ctrl + PgDn
Jump to the previous open tabCtrl + Shift + Tab or Ctrl + PgUp
Jump to a specific tabCtrl + 1 through Ctrl + 8
Jump to the rightmost tabCtrl + 9
Open your home page in the current tabAlt + Home
Open the previous page from your browsing history in the current tabAlt + Left arrow
Open the next page from your browsing history in the current tabAlt + Right arrow
Close the current tabCtrl + w or Ctrl + F4
Close the current windowCtrl + Shift + w or Alt + F4
Minimize the current windowAlt + Space then n
Maximize the current windowAlt + Space then x
Quit Google ChromeAlt + f then x

Google Chrome feature shortcuts

ActionShortcut
Open the Chrome menuAlt + f or Alt + e
Show or hide the Bookmarks barCtrl + Shift + b
Open the Bookmarks ManagerCtrl + Shift + o
Open the History page in a new tabCtrl + h
Open the Downloads page in a new tabCtrl + j
Open the Chrome Task ManagerShift + Esc
Set focus on the first item in the Chrome toolbarShift + Alt + t
Set focus on the rightmost item in the Chrome toolbarF10 
Switch focus to unfocused dialog (if showing) and all toolbarsF6
Open the Find Bar to search the current pageCtrl + f or F3
Jump to the next match to your Find Bar searchCtrl + g
Jump to the previous match to your Find Bar searchCtrl + Shift + g
Open Developer ToolsCtrl + Shift + j or F12
Open the Clear Browsing Data optionsCtrl + Shift + Delete
Open the Chrome Help Center in a new tabF1
Log in a different user or browse as a GuestCtrl + Shift + m
Open a feedback formAlt + Shift + i

Address bar shortcuts

Use the following shortcuts in the address bar:

ActionShortcut
Search with your default search engineType a search term Enter
Search using a different search engineType a search engine name and press Tab
Add www. and .com to a site name, and open it in the current tabType a site name + Ctrl + Enter
Open a new tab and perform a Google searchType a search term Alt + Enter
Jump to the address barCtrl + l or Alt + d or F6
Search from anywhere on the pageCtrl + k or Ctrl + e
Remove predictions from your address barDown arrow to highlight + Shift + Delete
Move cursor to the address barControl + F5

Webpage shortcuts

ActionShortcut
Open options to print the current pageCtrl + p
Open options to save the current pageCtrl + s
Reload the current pageF5 or Ctrl + r
Reload the current page, ignoring cached contentShift + F5 or Ctrl + Shift + r
Stop the page loadingEsc
Browse clickable items moving forwardTab
Browse clickable items moving backwardShift + Tab
Open a file from your computer in ChromeCtrl + o + Select a file
Display non-editable HTML source code for the current pageCtrl + u
Save your current webpage as a bookmarkCtrl + d
Save all open tabs as bookmarks in a new folderCtrl + Shift + d
Turn full-screen mode on or offF11
Make everything on the page biggerCtrl and +
Make everything on the page smallerCtrl and –
Return everything on the page to default sizeCtrl + 0
Scroll down a webpage, a screen at a timeSpace or PgDn
Scroll up a webpage, a screen at a timeShift + Space or PgUp
Go to the top of the pageHome
Go to the bottom of the pageEnd
Scroll horizontally on the pageShift + Scroll your mousewheel
Move your cursor to the beginning of the previous word in a text fieldCtrl + Left arrow
Move your cursor to the next wordCtrl + Right arrow
Delete the previous word in a text fieldCtrl + Backspace
Open the Home page in the current tabAlt + Home
Reset page zoom levelCtrl + 0

Mouse shortcuts

The following shortcuts require you to use your mouse:

ActionShortcut
Open a link in a current tab (mouse only)Drag a link to a tab
Open a link in new background tabCtrl + Click a link
Open a link, and jump to itCtrl + Shift + Click a link
Open a link, and jump to it (mouse only)Drag a link to a blank area of the tab strip
Open a link in a new windowShift + Click a link
Open a tab in a new window (mouse only)Drag the tab out of the tab strip
Move a tab to a current window (mouse only)Drag the tab into an existing window
Return a tab to its original positionPress Esc while dragging
Save the current webpage as a bookmarkDrag the web address to the Bookmarks Bar
Scroll horizontally on the pageShift + Scroll your mousewheel
Download the target of a linkAlt + Click a link
Display your browsing historyRight-click Back  or click & hold Back
Right-click Next  or click & hold Next
Switch between maximized and windowed modesDouble-click a blank area of the tab strip
Make everything on the page biggerCtrl + Scroll your mousewheel up
Make everything on the page smallerCtrl + Scroll your mousewheel down

 

These were Google Chrome Shortcuts provided by the developer teams I hope you will use it and make your task easier.

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