Get things done faster with Chrome Shortcuts
Kirtan ThakkarLife is all about learning
Here are some most useful shortcuts for chrome to get things done faster.
8 – Go to First Tab, second tab and so on.
9 for last tab.
Tab – Switch to the next tab.
Tab – Go to previous tab. (Previous here means tab to the left of the current tab)
T – Opens a new tab in the current window.
T – Opens recently closed tab. Chrome can remember up-to 10 closed tabs.
W – Closes the current tab.
Ctrl --- Click – Opens link in a new tab in background.
Shift + Click – Opens link in a new tab and switch to it.
Shift --- Click – Opens link in a new window.
D – Bookmark the current tab.
D – Save all open pages in your current window as bookmarks in a new folder.
← – Go back in the history (Same as back button).
→ – Go foward in the history.
F1 – Opens Chrome Help online.
F – Find in current page.
F5 – Refresh.
L – Highlights and focuses the address bar (omnibox).
F11 – Switch between Full screen mode and Normal mode.
While you are on some tab and you want to open a new tab with some URL, you can directly type tat address on the same page and hit
Enter instead of simple Enter and that link will be opened in a new tab without changing the current tab content.
I have picked the best. However, you can find all the shortcuts here.