Google Chrome (macOS) keyboard shortcuts

Google Chrome (macOS)  

Zeynel Abidin Öztürk -
7 months ago
- Shortcuts

Note: Keyboard navigation is enabled by default in macOS Catalina and later.

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⌘ Cmd + F7

Klavyenizi metin kutularına veya liste öğelerine odaklayın

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⌘ Cmd + N

Open a new window

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⌘ Cmd + ↑   Shift + N

Open a new window in Incognito mode

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⌘ Cmd + T

Open a new tab, and jump to it

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⌘ Cmd + ↑   Shift + T

Reopen previously closed tabs in the order they were closed

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⌘ Cmd + ⌥ Option +

Jump to the next open tab

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⌘ Cmd + ⌥ Option +

Jump to the previous open tab

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⌘ Cmd + 1

… to 8: Jump to a specific tab

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⌘ Cmd + 9

Jump to the last tab

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⌘ Cmd + [

Open the previous page in your browsing history for the current tab

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or ⌘ Cmd +
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⌘ Cmd + ]

Open the next page in your browsing history for the current tab

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or ⌘ Cmd +
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⌘ Cmd + W

Close the current tab or pop-up

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⌘ Cmd + ↑   Shift + W

Close the current window

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⌘ Cmd + M

Minimize the window

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⌘ Cmd + H

Hide Google Chrome

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⌘ Cmd + Q

Quit Google Chrome

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⌘ Cmd + ↑   Shift + B

Show or hide the Bookmarks Bar

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⌘ Cmd + ⌥ Option + B

Open the Bookmark Manager

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⌘ Cmd + ,

Open the Settings page in a new tab

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⌘ Cmd + Y

Open the History page in a new tab

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⌘ Cmd + ↑   Shift + J

Open the Downloads page in a new tab

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⌘ Cmd + F

Open the Find Bar to search the current page

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⌘ Cmd + G

Jump to the next match to your Find Bar search

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⌘ Cmd + ↑   Shift + G

Jump to the previous match to your Find Bar search

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⌘ Cmd + E

When Find Bar is open, search for selected text

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⌘ Cmd + ⌥ Option + I

Open Developer Tools

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⌘ Cmd + ↑   Shift + Del

Open the Clear Browsing Data options

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⌘ Cmd + ↑   Shift + M

Log in as a different user, browse as a Guest, or access payment and password info

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Control + F2

Jump to the main menu bar

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⌘ Cmd + ⌥ Option + ↑  ↓

Cycle focus to unfocused dialog (if showing) and all toolbars

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F7

Turn on caret browsing

These shortcuts are available when address bar is selected.
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⤶ Enter

(Type a search term, then Enter) Search with your default search engine

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Tab

(Type a search engine name and press Tab) Search using a different search engine

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Control + ⤶ Enter

(Type a site name, then Control + Enter) Add www. and .com to a site name, and open it in the current tab

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Control + ↑   Shift + ⤶ Enter

(Type a site name, then Control + Shift + Enter) Add www. and .com to a site name, and open it in a new tab

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⌘ Cmd + ⤶ Enter

(Type a web address, then Cmd + Enter) Open the website in a new background tab

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⌘ Cmd + I

Jump to the address bar

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then ↑   Shift + Fn + Del

(Highlight with down key, then press Shift + Fn + Delete) Remove predictions from your address bar

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ForwardDel

Remove predictions from your address bar

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Fn + Detele

(On laptop) Remove predictions from your address bar

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Control + F5

Move cursor to the address bar

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⌘ Cmd + P

Open options to print the current page

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⌘ Cmd + S

Open options to save the current page

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⌘ Cmd + ⌥ Option + P

Open the Page Setup dialog

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⌘ Cmd + ↑   Shift + R

Reload your current page, ignoring cached content

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Esc

Stop the page loading

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Tab

Browse clickable items moving forward

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↑   Shift + Tab

Browse clickable items moving backward

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⌘ Cmd + O

(then select a file) Open a file from your computer in Google Chrome

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⌘ Cmd + ⌥ Option + U

Display non-editable HTML source code for the current page

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⌘ Cmd + ⌥ Option + J

Open the JavaScript Console

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⌘ Cmd + D

Save your current webpage as a bookmark

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⌘ Cmd + ↑   Shift + D

Save all open tabs as bookmarks in a new folder

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⌘ Cmd + Ctrl + F

Turn full-screen mode on or off

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⌘ Cmd + +

Make everything on the page bigger

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⌘ Cmd + -

Make everything on the page smaller

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⌘ Cmd + 0

Return everything on the page to the default size

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Space

Scroll down a webpage, a screen at a time

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↑   Shift + Space

Scroll up a webpage, a screen at a time

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⌘ Cmd + ⌥ Option + F

Search the web

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⌥ Option +

Move your cursor to the beginning of the previous word in a text field

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⌥ Option +

Move your cursor to the back of the next word in a text field

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⌥ Option + Del

Delete the previous word in a text field

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⌘ Cmd + ↑   Shift + H

Open your home page in the current tab

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⌘ Cmd + 0

Reset page zoom level

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+

Drag a link to a tab: Open a link in a current tab (mouse only)

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⌘ Cmd +

(Click a link) Open a link in new background tab

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⌘ Cmd + ↑   Shift +

(Click a link) Open a link, and jump to it

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+

Drag a link to a blank area of the tab strip: Open a link, and jump to it (mouse only)

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↑   Shift +

(Click a link) Open a link in a new window

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Drag the tab out of the tab strip: Open a tab in a new window (mouse only)

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+

Drag the tab into an existing window: Move a tab to a current window (mouse only)

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Esc

(while dragging a tab) Return a tab to its original position

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(Click a link) Drag the web address to the Bookmarks Bar: Save the current webpage as a bookmark

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⌥ Option +

Download the target of a link

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(Right click browser's back / next button or click and hold browser's back /next button) Display your browsing history

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Double click a blank area of the tab strip: Increase the window to full height


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Program information

Program name: Google Chrome (macOS) Google Chrome (macOS) (General)

Chrome is free web browser developed by Google. It's released on September 2008 for Windows and reached version 87 as of this entry written. According to StatCounter, Google Chrome has 63.54% worldwide usage share of web browsers as a desktop browser.

Web page: google.com/chrome

How easy to press shortcuts: 80%

More information >>

Updated: Updated program information. (2 updates.) 12/14/2020 2:52:31 PM New program added.
12/14/2020 2:57:26 PM Updated program information.

Shortcut count: 80

Platform detected: macOS

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