37 Helpful Chrome Keyboard Shortcuts

37 Helpful Chrome Keyboard Shortcuts

Keyboards shortcuts could be time saving way of browsing over the internet. Here are some chrome shortcuts that help you operating chrome browser.

  • Ctrl + N – Open a new window
  • Ctrl + T – Open a new tab
  • Ctrl + U – View source code of a webpage
  • F5 or Ctrl + R – Reload
  • Ctrl + click a link – Open link in a fresh tab
  • Home – Get you to the top of the webpage
  • End – Get you to the bottom of the webpage
  • Ctrl + Shift + T – Open closed window
  • Shift + click a link – Open link in a new window
  • Ctrl + H – Open History page
  • Ctrl + J – Show downloads page
  • Space bar – Scroll down
  • Ctrl + Tab – Switch between active tabs
  • Ctrl + + or Ctrl + mouse wheel up – Increase text size
  • Ctrl + – or Ctrl + mouse wheel down – Decrease text size
  • Ctrl + 0 – Original text size
  • Ctrl + F4/ Ctrl + W – Close current active tab
  • Shift + Esc – Chrome Task Manager
  • Alt + Home – Get to home page
  • F3 or Ctrl + F or Ctrl + G – Find
  • Tab – Go through the particular links in a webpage
  • Ctrl + Shift + N – private browsing or Incognito mode
  • Ctrl + B – show/Hide bookmarks bar
  • Ctrl + S – Download/save webpage in your computer
  • Ctrl + D – Add bookmark
  • Ctrl + O – Open a saved webpage
  • Ctrl + P – Print webpage
  • Backspace – Previous page
  • Ctrl + A – Select all
  • Ctrl + Shift + B – Open Bookmark Manager
  • Ctrl + Shift + D – Edit Bookmarks
  • Ctrl + Shift + J or Ctrl + Shift + I – Open Developer Tools
  • Alt + F4 or Ctrl + Shift + W – Close current window
  • Ctrl + tab number – Switch to specified tab
  • F6 – Select address bar content
  • Type a web address in the address bar and press Alt + Enter – Open link in new tab
  • Esc – Stop page from loading