Google Chrome 5 Secret Tricks: Google Chrome has provided many shortcuts to the users, so that users can easily give commands on Google Chrome and save time. Here are some useful shortcuts you can use in Google Chrome…
Google Chrome is the most popular web browser. It is one of the most used browser in the whole world including India. Google Chrome has provided many shortcuts to users, so that users can easily give commands on Google Chrome and save time. Here are some useful shortcuts you can use in Google Chrome…
- to search the content
When you want to search for a specific word or phrase on a webpage, you have to press Ctrl+F in Windows and Command+F buttons together to search in Google Chrome. This will display a search box in which you can type the words or phrases you want to search for. Google Chrome will immediately search for that word or phrase and identify it on the page.
- can print the page
When you want to print a page, Windows users need to press the Ctrl+P button, while Mac users need to press the Command+P button. This will display you the Print dialog box, where you can choose from a number of print settings. You can select page size, margin, printer etc.
- private browsing mode
When you’re browsing and you don’t want history, cookies, or form data to be saved, you can use a “private window”. For this, Windows users will have to press Ctrl + Shift + N, while Mac users will have to press Command + Shift + N. This will open a new “private window” where your browsing data will not be saved locally. When you close this window, all browsing data and information will be deleted. By this you can keep your browsing private and confidential.
- sync browsing data
When you’re using Google Chrome on another device and you want to sync your browsing data, you can sync your Google Account. To do this, when you’re logged into Google Chrome, add your Google Account and sync your browsing data across devices. This will keep your bookmarks, history, passwords and other browsing data consistent with your Google Account and allow you to access them seamlessly across your other devices.
- tab and window tricks
When you want to open new tabs one after the other in Google Chrome, Windows users have to press Ctrl+T and Mac users have to press Command+T. This will open you a new tab, where you can search for a new webpage or reopen previously closed tabs to go to them. To close a tab, you need to click on the “X” icon at the top left of that tab. This will close the tab.