10 hidden Google Chrome tips and tricks

In 2008, the free web browser as well as the Android application was officially released by Google. The first thing that comes to mind when we hear the word Internet is ” Google chrome “. Google Chrome is a very popular web browser which was invented by our respected “Sunder Pichai” from India and this one thing lifts its way to the CEO of Google. Well, Google Chrome is the only advanced browser for Windows, MAC, and Android with some of its convenient and amazing features and options for its users. I know you’ve all been using Google Chrome for a long time, but I bet you? you don’t know these hidden Google Chrome tips and advice.

Google Chrome is the universally used internet browser. People use this browser to search for information or to visit different websites. This web browser has the best user interface, and hence, people prefer to use this web browser over other web browsers like Firefox, Opera, Safari, Mozilla, etc. The time taken by this browser to search for the results is much less. This web browser is accessible on smartphones, PCs / laptops or tablets.

However, Google Chrome’s web browser has a few hidden tricks that are not known to most of the people who use this web browser. By using these hidden tricks, you will be able to use Google Chrome web browser to its fullest. Let’s take a look at these hidden tips and tricks that will improve your browsing experience on Google Chrome web browser.

10 hidden Google Chrome tips and tricks

# 1 Add all tabs to favorites

You can bookmark all open tabs at this time on Google Chrome web browser with just one click. To bookmark all tabs, you need to click on one of the tabs. Next, select the “Mark all tabs” option from the drop-down list. You can use ‘ Ctrl + Shift + D ‘as a shortcut key to perform the same task.

# 2 Use incognito mode

When you use incognito mode in Google Chrome, it does not keep any record of your search history, unlike normal mode browsing. However, going incognito does not hide your browsing from your ISP or the websites you visit. You can use ‘Ctrl + Shift + N’ as a shortcut key to perform the same task.

# 3 Tab pins

You can pin tabs to the Google Chrome web browser so you can quickly access them. To do this, you need to right click on that particular tab and right click on it. Then select the option ‘Pin Tab ‘from the drop-down list to pin this tab.

# 4 Re-open any tabs you might have Accidentally closed

Sometimes you might end up closing a bad tab due to some terrible error. You can undo this error in one step and get this tab back. All you need to do is use the touch shortcut Ctrl + Shift + T. You can even search for the closed tab in the historical , but it won’t always help you.

# 5 Add various extensions on Google Chrome web browser

Extensions are small pieces of software that can modify and improve the functionality of your Google Chrome web browser. These extensions help you a lot depending on the function they can perform. You can download these extensions from the Chrome Web Store for free.

# 6 Switch between tabs without using the mouse

This trick is very useful for those who are running multiple tabs open at the same time. You can switch from one tab to another simply by holding the key Ctrl down and a number between 1 and 9. Each number is associated with a tab in order. The 1st tab on the far left is associated with the number 1, and the number 2 is associated with the tab to its right and so on.

# 7 Use the command key to delete your browsing history

History includes previous URLs, cached images, passwords, and cookies. You can easily clear your browsing history on Google Chrome web browser by using the hot key Ctrl + Shift + Del.

# 8 View passwords saved in Google Chrome

To view and manage all passwords saved on this web browser, type ‘ chrome: // settings / passwords ‘in the search box and press Enter. You will get a list of all the passwords saved there.

# 9 Hidden T-Rex game

Whenever Google Chrome fails to connect to your website due to some error, you can wait for the connection to be established while playing T-Rex game. To start playing, you need to press Enter once. It’s a never-ending game, but the difficulty level keeps increasing.

# 10 You can translate anything using Google Chrome web browser

Google Chrome includes a version of Google Translate that helps you translate entire web pages. You can also select a particular paragraph to translate into any language. For this, you need to install the Google Translate extension.

Conclusion: here are some hidden tips and tricks for using the browser Web Google Chrome’s a different and much more efficient way. Using these tips will improve your browsing experience on Google Chrome. If we missed such an interesting trick, please let us know in the comments section below.