Top 18 Keyboard Shortcuts for Google Chrome You Need to Use

Posted on:  06/11/2021
Top 18 Keyboard Shortcuts for Google Chrome You Need to Use

With a market share of over 60%, Google Chrome keeps its top spot in users' preferences. I use it all the time. I also use other browsers but somehow, I always circle back to Chrome. And in case you're wondering I'm on a PC, but if you are using another device, look below here is a link to all the keyboard shortcuts for Google Chrome for your device.

But let's have a look at the most common and most used keyboard shortcuts in Google Chrome:

Keyboard shortcut Action
Ctrl + F4 Close current tab
Ctrl +N New window
ALT + F4 Close the browser window
CTRL + 1 Jump to the 1st tab
CTRL + 2 Jump to the second tab
CTRL + 9 Jump to the last tab.
Tip: Stay better organized using Tab Groups in Chrome
Spacebar Scroll down
Shift + Spacebar Scroll up
ALT + D (also F6) Focus on the address bar
Ctrl + J View Downloads
Ctrl + D Add a bookmark
Ctrl + Page Up Move left one tab
Ctrl + Page Down Move right one tab
Ctrl + + (plus sign) Zoom in
Ctrl + - (minus sign) Zoom out
Ctrl + 0 Reset zoom to 100%
Ctrl + H Browsing History    
F5 Refresh the page

 

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