Hit Command-M to minimize your current window. Open a new tab: Hold Ctrl and press T. You probably know this oldie but goodie, but it's worth a mention in case you don't: Command-D bookmarks the current page. In order to be sure a link opens in a new tab, press Command when you click the link to stay on your current page while opening the link in a new tab in the background. Next Article: There are 9 Galaxy phones you can buy now. Discuss: 21 Chrome shortcuts you need to know Sign in to comment Be respectful, keep it civil and stay on topic. You can also drag a tab out of the current window and start a new window or drag it from one window to another. Once you have all of the above search commands mastered, you should see a marked increase in the quality of your search results. To go back a page, simply hit the Delete key.
Press Shift+Backspace, or Alt and the right arrow together =>Goes to the next page in your browsing history for the tab. Double-click the blank.
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5 days ago Go forward to the next page, Hold Shift and press delete. Reload the current page, Hold Command and press R. Open the find bar, Hold. Chrome keyboard shortcuts. Learn keyboard shortcuts and become a pro at using Chrome.
Windows and Linux. Tab and window shortcuts.
Likewise, Command-5 jumps you to the fifth tab from the left.
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Scroll down the web page: Tap the Space Bar. Scroll to the next keywords in find bar: Press Enter.
A quicker way is to hit Command-commabut it works only on a Mac. Google is smart enough to determine whether you're looking for a list of websites, or if you just want a quick answer to a question. Drag a tab out of your window: Click the tab and drag it downward.
chrome has shortcut keys for scrolling up/down with pageup/pagedown, but no shortcuts keys for next/previous page??
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Discuss: 21 Chrome shortcuts you need to know Sign in to comment Be respectful, keep it civil and stay on topic. Google You likely use a couple keyboard shortcuts to navigate Google's browser, but why stop there? There is no Windows equivalent to this minimize Chrome shortcut. Similarly, use Command-Shift-click to open link in new tab and switch to it. To jump amongst your open tabs, press Command and any number key between 1 and 9.