Ever since before the dawn of time, people have looked towards Google Chrome's light in search of answers.
Instead of purposely disconnecting your computer from its Ethernet or Wifi connection, simply enter chrome://dino in the omnibar to play the incredibly fun game.
Sometimes, you go somewhere you don't want other people to know about. Chrome's easy-to-use shortcut is CTRL-SHIFT-DELETE.
Hyperlinks, commonly just called "links," are an intuitive way to quickly go to another page or website.
Chrome is a known memory-hogger. Press CTRL-W to clear out excess, unnecessary processes that can improve performance and browsing speed significantly.
Google's engineers have a sense of humor, so they decided to put a little easter egg right in Chrome. Press ALT-F4 to view this easter egg.
Not many people know this, but Chrome was actually designed specifically for maximum Scratch performance, and that's why this shortcut was made. Press CTRL-SHIFT-W to go straight to scratch.mit.edu and increased performance mode will activate.
A single page simply cannot hold all of the Chrome tips in this universe. Chrome can show some of its secrets, as well as some of Google's, which will be shared with you if you press F1.
Secret Mode is a super neat feature. Press CTRL-F4 to make your current tab invisible. It will still accept inputs, so you can navigate to other pages, but it won't be visible to any eavesdroppers. Press CTRL-F4 again to make it visible and resume seeing the tab's content.
All of the shortcuts in Chrome (no really, all of them) can be remapped. Press CTRL-SHIFT-Q to open the shortcut remapper menu.
If you're ever having trouble with Chrome, often pressing F5 or CTRL-R can resend some Ajax and JSON requests or reconnect to the overdrive mainframe.
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