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All Chrome keyboard shortcuts
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Check the Google Chrome shortcut list to make life easier and save time while browsing (keyboard and mouse).

One of the advantages of having a keyboard for surfing the internet or using applications is that you can use shortcuts to perform actions quickly, when compared to using touch screens, for example. To make life easier, check here the list of Google Chrome shortcuts to use on Windows, Mac or Linux.

Chrome shortcuts for tabs and windows

ActionWindows or LinuxMac (macOS)
Open a new windowCtrl + NCommand + N
Open a new window in incognito modeCtrl + Shift + NCommand + Shift + N
Open a new tab and access itCtrl + TCommand + T
Reopen previously closed tabs in the order they were closedCtrl + Shift + TCommand + Shift + T
Access the next open tabCtrl + Tab or Ctrl + PgDnCommand + Option + right arrow
Access the previous open tabCtrl + Shift + Tab or Ctrl + PgUpCommand + Option + left arrow
Access a specific tabCtrl + 1 to Ctrl + 8Command + 1 to Command + 8
Go to the last tab on the rightCtrl + 9Command + 9
Open the home page in the current tabAlt + Home
Open the previous browsing history page on the current pageAlt + left arrowCommand + [or Command + left arrow
Abrir a próxima página do histórico de navegação na página atualAlt + right arrowCommand +] or Command + right arrow
Close the current tabCtrl + W or Ctrl + F4Command + W
Close the current windowCtrl + Shift + W or Alt + F4Command + Shift + W
Minimize the current windowAlt + Space and NCommand + M
Maximize the current windowAlt + Space and XCommand + H
Sign out of ChromeAlt + F and XCommand + Q

Chrome feature shortcuts

ActionWindows or LinuxMac (macOS)
Open the Chrome menuAlt + F or Alt + E
Show or hide the bookmarks barCtrl + Shift + NCommand + Shift + B
Open the Bookmark ManagerCtrl + Shift + OCommand + Option + B
Open the “Settings” page in a new tabCommand +,
Open the history page in a new tabCtrl + HCommand + Y
Open the downloads page in a new tabCtrl + JCommand + Shift + J
Open the Chrome Task ManagerShift + Esc
Set focus on the first item on the Chrome toolbarShift + Alt + T
Set focus on the last item on the right in the Chrome toolbarF10 
Switch focus to the blurred dialog (if displayed) and all toolbarsF6
Open the Find bar to search the current pageCtrl + F or F3Command + F
Go to the next search match in the “Find” barCtrl + GCommand + G
Go to the previous search match in the “Find” barCtrl + Shift + GCommand + Shift + G
Search for selected text when the “Find” bar is openCommand + E
Open developer toolsCtrl + Shift + J or F12Command + Option + I
Open the “Clear browsing data” optionsCtrl + Shift + DeleteCommand + Shift + Delete
Open the Chrome Help Center in a new tabF1
Log in as a different user or browse as a guestCtrl + Shift + MCommand + Shift + M
Open a feedback formAlt + Shift + I

Address bar shortcuts

ActionWindows or LinuxMac (macOS)
Search with the default search engineType a search term + EnterType a search term + Enter
Search using a different search engineType a search engine name and press TabType a search engine name and press Tab
Add www. and .com to a website name and open it in the current tabType a website name + Ctrl + EnterType a website name + Control + Enter
Add www. and .com to a website name and open it in a new tabType a website name + Control + Shift + Enter
Open the site in a new background tabType a web address + Command + Enter
Open a new tab and perform a Google searchType a search term + Alt + Enter
Go to the address barCtrl + L or Alt + D or F6Command + L
Search from anywhere on the pageCtrl + K or Ctrl + E
Remove predictions from the address barDown arrow to highlight + Shift + DeleteDown arrow to highlight + Shift + fn + DeleteForward Delete or fn-Delete if you are on a laptop

Web page shortcuts

ActionWindows or LinuxMac (macOS)
Open options to print the current pageCtrl + PCommand + P
Open options to save the current pageCtrl + SCommand + S
Open the “Page Setup” dialog boxCommand + Option + P
Refresh the current pageF5 or Ctrl + RCommand + Shift + R
Refresh the current page, ignoring cached contentShift + F5 or Ctrl + Shift + R
Stop page loadingEscEsc
Navigate clickable items going forwardTabTab
Navigate clickable items going backwardsShift + TabShift + Tab
Open a computer file in ChromeCtrl + O + select a fileCommand + O + select a file
Display the non-editable HTML source code for the current pageCtrl + UCommand + Option + U
Open the JavaScript ConsoleCommand + Option + J
Save the current webpage as a favoriteCtrl + DCommand + D
Save all open tabs as favorites in a new folderCtrl + Shift + DCommand + Shift + D
Enable or disable full screen modeF11Command + Ctrl + F
Enlarge everything on the pageCtrl and +Command and +
Shrink everything on the pageCtrl and –Command e –
Return everything on the page to the standard sizeCtrl + 0Command + 0
Scroll down on a web page, one screen at a timeSpace or PgDnSpace
Scroll up on a web page, one screen at a timeShift + space or PgUpShift + space
Search the webCommand + Option + F
Go to the top of the pageHome
Go to bottom of pageEnd
Scroll the page horizontallyShift + roll the mouse
Move the cursor to the beginning of the previous word in a text fieldCtrl + left arrowOption + left arrow
Move the cursor to the next wordCtrl + right arrowOption + right arrow
Delete the previous word in a text fieldCtrl + BackspaceOption + Delete
Open the home page in the current tabAlt + HomeCommand + Shift + H

Mouse shortcuts

ActionWindows or LinuxMac (macOS)
Open a link in a current tab (with the mouse only)Drag a link to a tabDrag a link to a tab
Open a link in a new background tabCtrl + click on a linkCommand + click on a link
Open a link and access itCtrl + Shift + click on a linkCommand + Shift + click on a link
Open a link and access it (only with the mouse)Drag a link to a blank area on the tab barDrag a link to a blank area on the tab bar
Open a link in a new windowShift + click on a linkShift + click on a link
Open a tab in a new window (only with the mouse)Drag the guide off the guide barDrag the guide off the guide bar
Move a tab to the current window (with the mouse only)Drag the tab to an existing windowDrag the tab to an existing window
Return a tab to its original positionPress Esc while draggingPress Esc while dragging
Save the current webpage as a favoriteDrag the web address to the bookmarks barDrag the web address to the bookmarks bar
Scroll the page horizontallyShift + roll the mouse
Download the destination of a linkAlt + click on a linkOption + click on a link
View your browsing historyRight-click Back or click Back and hold Right-click Next or click Next and hold Right-click Back or click Back and hold Right-click Next or click Next and hold
Switch between maximized and window modesDouble-click a blank area on the tab barDouble-click a blank area on the tab bar
Enlarge everything on the pageCtrl + Roll the mouse up
Shrink everything on the pageCtrl + scroll down
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