Google Chrome Useful Shortcut keys

Today i have collected Google Chrome shortcut Key. As many times, working with the mouse can be inefficient and it’s often more efficient to just use the keyboard. If you’ve already installed Google Chrome on your computer and regularly use it, then these shortcuts will save you a lot of time (and energy)…

1. Manage Tabs
Ctrl+t Open new tab
Ctrl+w/Ctrl+F4 Close tab (or close Chrome if only one tab is open)
Ctrl+Shift+t Reopen last tab closed. Up to 10 tabs.
Ctrl+1 through Ctrl+8 Jump to first tab, second tab, etc.
Ctrl+9 Switch to the last tab
Ctrl+Tab/Ctrl+Shift+Tab Switch to the next / previous tab
(or use ctrl+page up/ctrl+page down)
Ctrl+n Open new Chrome window
Ctrl+Shift+n Open new Chrome window in incognito mode
Alt+F4 Close current window
Ctrl and click on link Open link in a new background tab
Shift+ctrl and click on link Open link in a new foreground tab
Shift and click on link Open link in a new window
Alt and click on link Download link
Drag link to existing tab Open link in selected tab
Drag link to tab bar Open link in a new tab in the specified position on the tab strip.
2. Address Bar
Alt+d/Ctrl+l Jump to address bar; highlights current webpage URI if available
Ctrl+e Enter search query in address bar
Home/End in address bar Jump to beginning / end of address bar
Ctrl+a in address bar Select all text of address. Also use shift+end with cursor at beginning or shift+homewith cursor at end
Type name of site and pressCtrl+Enter Add www. to beginning and .com to end of input and opens the web address in current tab.
Type name of site and pressAlt+Enter Add www. to beginning and .com to end of input and opens the web address in new background tab.
Type search term and pressEnter Perform a search using the search engine associated with the keyword or the URI.
3. View Webpages
F6 Alternate focus between address bar and webpage
Arrow Down/Arrow upwith focus on webpage Scroll down / scroll up
Page Down/Page Up Scroll one page down / one page up. Also use space/shift+space
Home/End Jump to beginning / to end of webpage
Ctrl++ / Ctrl+- Zoom in / zoom out (or ctrl+mousewheel)
Ctrl+0 (zero) Return to normal text size
Ctrl+u View webpage source
F11 Turn full screen on / off
4. Browse between Webpages
Alt+Home Jump to homepage
Alt+Arrow Left/Arrow Right Jump to previous webpage visited / jump to next webpage
F5/Ctrl+r Reload current webpage
Ctrl+F5/Shift+F5 Reload current webpage with cache override
Esc Stop webpage loading
5. Browse within Webpages
Tab/Shift+Tab with focus on webpage Jump to next / previous link
Enter on link Open link in current tab
Ctrl+Enter on link Open link in a new background tab
Shift+Ctrl+Enter on link Open link in a new foreground tab
Shift+enter on link Open link in a new window
Alt+enter on link Download link
Shift+F10 Open context menu (simulate right mouse button)
Ctrl+a Select all content on webpage
Ctrl+c with content selected Copy selected content to clipboard
6. Access Browser Features
Ctrl+p Print current webpage
Ctrl+o Open file
Ctrl+s Save current webpage
Alt+f Open Wrench Menu (I’d call it file menu to remember the shortcut)
Ctrl+h Open History tab
Ctrl+j Open Downloads tab
7. Search
Ctrl+f Find text on webpage
Enter with text found on webpage Find next match
Shift+Enter with text found on webpage Find previous match
Esc Close Search Window
8. Bookmarks Shortcuts
Ctrl+Shift+b Show or hide bookmarks bar
Ctrl+d Add bookmark for current webpage
Ctrl+Shift+d Add bookmark for current webpage and edit details
Drag URI to bookmark bar Bookmark webpage (can be URI from address bar or link from page)
Alt+d, then f6 Jump to bookmark toolbar. Use arrow keys and enter to access bookmarks
Alt+f, then b Open Bookmark Manager Tab
9. The Rest
Shift+Alt+t Set focus on the toolbar. Use arrow keys to navigate between different buttons.
Ctrl+Shift+i/Ctrl+Shift+j Open Developer Tools / JavaScript Console
Shift+Esc View Google Task manager
F1 Chrome Help