9 Shortcuts in Google Chrome that everyone should know

9 shortcuts in Google Chrome that everyone should know

Google Chrome is the most used browser at the moment. Sure, some of us use multiple browsers at once and others. But most use Chrome. The following 9 shortcuts in Google Chrome will help you save time but also move faster when surfing the net. And we should all know them.


Opens a new tab CTRL + T

Close the current tab CTRL + W

Reopens the last closed tab CTRL + SHIFT + T

Open the link you click in a new tab CTRL + CLICK PE LINK

Open the link you click in a new window SHIFT + CLICK PE LINK

Open search – to find something quickly on a page CTRL + F

Go to the next open tab CTRL + TAB

Zoom In / Out la page CTRL + +/-

Opens a new search tab. Type in the search bar and press ALT + ENTER

note: if you have Google Chrome or Windows installed in Romanian, it will probably refer to a browser Tab, as well as a tab. So read ‘open a new tab’ as ‘open a new tab’ if you’re used to it🙂


I must mention that some shortcuts work on other browsers such as Mozilla, Edge, Vivaldi, etc.

I hope these shortcuts in Google Chrome helped you if you didn’t know them. At first it may seem strange to use such shortcuts, but as you get used to it you will be able to navigate much faster, managing to do what you wanted faster.

Once you get used to it, you will see that if you sit like most people, with one hand on the keyboard and one hand on the mouse, you will open / close a tab on the keyboard faster than moving your cursor to the top buttons.

If these shortcuts helped you, share the article! Maybe it helps others too!

If you want more shortcuts like this for various frequently used programs, leave a comment!🙂

By the way, have you seen the article about incognito mode in Google Chrome and other browsers?

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