Thursday, August 13, 2020

Chrome Shortcuts: Keyboard, Address bar, Webpage, Mouse

Chrome Shortcuts: Keyboard, Address bar, Webpage, Mouse:- Chromebook Shortcuts: Dear Friends, many of the Testexam users were asking about the Chrome browser shortcuts. so, I have decided to write an article on it. The main thing of this article is that we have tried to include the Chromebook Shortcuts which are included Keyboard, Address bar, Webpage, and Mouse Shortcuts. we will also share the Microsoft Word and excel keyboard shortcut later on and we have already written an article on Windows keyboard shortcuts. This will surely help you in daily life and different government examination.

Complete list of Chromebook Shortcuts for Keyboard, Address bar, Webpage & Mouse including shortcuts for open, bookmark, history page, and more.

Chromebook Shortcuts: Chrome Keyboard Shortcut Keys

Action Shortcut
Open the Chrome menu Alt + f Or Alt + e or F10 + Enter
Show or hide the Bookmarks bar Ctrl + Shift + b
Open the Bookmarks Manager Ctrl + Shift + o
Open the History page in a new tab Ctrl + h
Open the Downloads page in a new tab Ctrl + j
Open the Chrome Task Manager Shift + Esc
Set focus on the first item in the Chrome toolbar Shift + Alt + t
Set focus on the last item in the Chrome toolbar F10 
Switch focus to the unfocused dialogue (if showing) F6
Open the Find Bar to search the current page Ctrl + f or F3
Jump to the next match to your Find Bar search Ctrl + g
Jump to the previous match to your Find Bar search Ctrl + Shift + g
Open Developer Tools Ctrl + Shift + j or F12
Open the Clear Browsing Data options Ctrl + Shift + Delete
Open the Chrome Help Center in a new tab F1
Log in a different user or browse as a Guest Ctrl + Shift + m
Open a feedback form Alt + Shift + i

Chromebook Shortcuts: Chrome Address bar Shortcut Keys

Use the following shortcuts in the address bar:
Action Shortcut
Search with your default search engine Type a search term Enter
Search using a different search engine Type a search engine name and press Tab
Add www. and .com to a site name, and open it in the current tab Type a site name + Ctrl + Enter
Open a new tab and perform a Google search Type a search term Alt + Enter
Jump to the address bar Ctrl + l or Alt + d or F6
Search from anywhere on the page Ctrl + k Or Ctrl + e
Remove predictions from your address bar Down arrow to highlight + Shift + Delete

Chromebook Shortcuts: Chrome Webpage Shortcut Keys

Action Shortcut
Open options to print the current page Ctrl + p
Open options to save the current page Ctrl + s
Reload the current page F5 or Ctrl + r
Reload the current page, ignoring cached content Shift + F5 or Ctrl + Shift + r
Stop the page loading Esc
Browse clickable items moving forward Tab
Browse clickable items moving backward Shift + Tab
Open a file from your computer in Chrome Ctrl + o + Select a file
Display non-editable HTML source code for the current page Ctrl + u
Save your current webpage as a bookmark Ctrl + d
Save all open tabs as bookmarks in a new folder Ctrl + Shift + d
Turn full-screen mode on or off F11
Make everything on the page bigger Ctrl and +
Make everything on the page smaller Ctrl and –
Return everything on the page to the default size Ctrl + 0
Scroll down a webpage, a screen at a time Space or PgDn
Scroll up a webpage, a screen at a time Shift + Space or PgUp
Go to the top of the page Home
Go to the bottom of the page End
Scroll horizontally on the page Shift + Scroll your mouse wheel
Move your cursor to the front of the previous word in a text field Ctrl + Left arrow
Move your cursor to the back of the next word in a text field Ctrl + Right arrow
Delete the previous word in a text field Ctrl + Backspace
Open the Home page in the current tab Alt + Home

Chromebook Shortcuts: Chrome Mouse Shortcut Keys

The following shortcuts require you to use your mouse:
Action Shortcut
Open a link in a current tab (mouse only) Drag a link to a tab
Open a link in the new background tab Ctrl + Click a link
Open a link, and jump to it Ctrl + 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 window Shift + 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 position Press Esc while dragging
Save the current webpage as a bookmark Drag the web address to the Bookmarks Bar
Download the target of a link Alt + Click a link
Display your browsing history Right-click Back Back or click & hold Back Back
Right-click Next Next or click & hold Next Next
Switch between maximized and windowed modes Double-click a blank area of the tab strip
Make everything on the page bigger Ctrl + Scroll your mouse wheel up
Make everything on the page smaller Ctrl + Scroll your mouse wheel down

 

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