Mac keyboard shortcuts for Chrome

Keyboards shortcuts are always good to know. Besides, they are more reliable than using a computer mouse. It is even better when you are using the Chrome browser on a Mac computer and you’re running late — you just resort to the keyboard shortcuts.

Well, this article contains a list of 30 keyboard shortcuts for Google Chrome on MacBooks and Mac desktops.

30 Google Chrome keyboard shortcuts on Mac

ActivityShortcut
Open a new tabHold Command and press T
Close the current tabHold Command and press W
Reopen last tab closedHold Command and Shift, then press T
View next tabHold Command and Option, then press the right arrow key
View previous tabHold Command and Option, then press the left arrow key
Jump to a specific tabHold Command and select the appropriate number
Open a hyperlink in a new tabHold Command and click the link
Open a link in a new windowHold Shift and click the link
Put a cursor in the search barHold Command and press L
Erase the current searchHold Command and press delete
Highlight the next word in searchHold Shift and Option, then press the right arrow key
Highlight the last word in a searchHold Shift and Option, then press the left arrow key
Go back to the previous pagePress delete
Go forward to the next pageHold Shift and press delete
Reload the current pageHold Command and press R
Open the find barHold Command and press F
Scroll to the next keywords in find barPress Enter
Scroll to previous keywords in the find barHold Shift and press Enter
Save the current page as a bookmarkHold Command and press D
Open the settings pageHold Command and press the Comma key
Open the downloads pageHold Command and Shift, then press J
Open a new windowHold Command and press N
Drag a tab out of your windowClick the tab and drag it downwards
Close the current windowHold Command and Shift, then press W
Minimize the current windowHold Command and press M
Maximize the current windowHold Control and Command, then press F
Scroll down the web pageTap the Space Bar
Quit Google ChromeHold Command and press Q
Jump to the last tabHold Command and press the number nine
Hide Google ChromeHold Command and press H

 

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