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Google Chrome Keyboard Shortcuts - Windows

This is a partial list. For a full list, see https://support.google.com/chrome/bin/answer.py?hl=en&answer=157179

To navigate windows and tabs in Chrome:
Action Shortcut
Open a new window    
Ctrl+N
Open a new tab
Ctrl+T
Open a new window in Incognito mode (enhanced privacy)
Ctrl+Shift+N
Reopen the last tab you closed (up to 10 of the most recent tabs)
Ctrl+Shift+T
Move to the tab in position (number)
Ctrl+(number) (1-8)
Close current window
Alt+F4
Close current tab or popup
Ctrl+W or Ctrl+F
Go to previous page in browsing history
Backspace or Alt+Left arrow
Go to next page in browsing history
Shift+Backspace or Alt+Right arrow
Open home page in current window
Alt+Home

 

To control text in Chrome:
Action Shortcut
Copy highlighted text
Ctrl+C
Paste text
Ctrl+V or Shift+Insert
Paste unformatted text
Ctrl+Shift+V
Copy and delete highlighted text
Ctrl+X or Shift+Delete

 

To control the address bar in Chrome:
Action Shortcut
Perform a search on text in the address bar Enter
Add www. and .com to your address bar text and open the URL
Ctrl+Enter
Open URL in a new tab
Alt+Enter
Highlight the URL in the address bar
Ctrl+L or Alt+D
Navigate drop-down menu
Page Up/Page Down

 

To control the current page in Chrome: 
Action Shortcut
Print current page    
Ctrl+P
Save current page (to your computer)
Ctrl+S
Reload current page
Ctrl+R or F5
Stop reloading of current page
Esc
Open Find bar
Ctrl+F
Bookmark current page
Ctrl+D
Save all open pages as bookmarks in a new folder
Ctrl+Shift+D
Toggle full-screen mode
F11
Scroll down the page    
Space
Go to top of page
Home
Go to bottom of page
End

 

Miscellaneous shortcuts:
Action Shortcut
Open the Wrench (settings) menu 
Alt+F or Alt+E
Toggle Bookmarks bar
Ctrl+Shift+B
Open History page
Ctrl+H
Open Downloads page
Ctrl+J
Open Task Manager
Shift+Esc
Open Clear Browsing Data dialog
Ctrl+Shift+Delete

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