20 keyboard shortcuts for Google Chrome on Mac (macOS)


Today the computer is one of the most widespread and powerful tools, but not all users know the most productive methods of working with the device. We are talking about hot keys, the use of which will greatly simplify the work with the computer.

Below are 9 useful but little-known keyboard shortcuts for easier and more efficient interaction with Mac and Google Chrome browser.

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Google Chrome keyboard shortcuts on Mac

1. Command (⌘) + N – opening a new window;

2. Command (⌘) + ⇧Shift + N – opening a new window in incognito mode;

3. Command (⌘) + T – launching a new tab;

4. Command (⌘) + W – close the tab;

5. Command (⌘) + ⇧Shift + W – close a window;

6. Command (⌘) + S – save the page as …;

7. Command (⌘) +, (comma) – open Google Chrome Settings;

8. Command (⌘) + ⇧Shift + ⌫Backspace – clear browsing data;

9. Command (⌘) + ⌥Option (Alt) + Arrow (→) – navigation through tabs in Chrome;

10. Command (⌘) + L – go to the search bar in Chrome;

11. Command (⌘) + ⌥Option (Alt) + H – hide other applications besides Google Chrome;

12. Command (⌘) + H – hide Google Chrome;

13. Command (⌘) + Q – close Google Chrome;

14. Command (⌘) + R – refresh the page;

15. Command (⌘) + CTRL + F – activation of full screen mode;

16. Command (⌘) + ⇧Shift + B – show the bookmarks bar;

17. Command (⌘) + Y – show browsing history;

18. Command (⌘) + ⌥Option (Alt) + B – open the bookmark manager;

19. Command (⌘) + D – add the page to bookmarks;

20. Command (⌘) + ⇧Shift + J – go to downloaded files.

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