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Google Chrome Keyboard Shortcut Keys

Google Chrome, like many other web browsers, offers a variety of keyboard shortcuts to enhance your browsing experience. Here are some commonly used shortcut keys for Google Chrome:

  1. New Tab:
    • Open a new tab: Ctrl + T (Windows/Linux) or Command + T (Mac)
    • Open a link in a new tab: Ctrl + Left-click (Windows/Linux) or Command + Left-click (Mac)
  2. Close Tab:
    • Close the current tab: Ctrl + W (Windows/Linux) or Command + W (Mac)
    • Close the current window: Ctrl + Shift + W (Windows/Linux) or Command + Shift + W (Mac)
  3. Navigation:
    • Go back a page: Alt + Left Arrow (Windows/Linux) or Command + Left Arrow (Mac)
    • Go forward a page: Alt + Right Arrow (Windows/Linux) or Command + Right Arrow (Mac)
    • Reload the current page: Ctrl + R (Windows/Linux) or Command + R (Mac)
    • Open the Find bar to search on the current page: Ctrl + F (Windows/Linux) or Command + F (Mac)
    • Bookmark the current page: Ctrl + D (Windows/Linux) or Command + D (Mac)
    • Open the Bookmarks Manager: Ctrl + Shift + O (Windows/Linux) or Command + Shift + O (Mac)
  5. Address Bar:
    • Focus on the address bar: Ctrl + L (Windows/Linux) or Command + L (Mac)
    • Open the address bar in a new tab: Ctrl + Enter (Windows/Linux) or Command + Return (Mac)
  6. Miscellaneous:
    • Open Chrome’s Task Manager: Shift + Esc (Windows/Linux) or Shift + Esc (Mac)
    • Open Chrome’s Settings: Alt + E (Windows/Linux) or Command + , (Mac)