Google Chrome has long been known for its simplicity and efficiency and provides many hidden functions, such as omnibox search, auto translate bar and so on. URL commands are basically a set of native URL addresses that give users quick access to various internal information, settings, customization & troubleshooting options, hidden – experimental features, etc.
URL command shortcuts always begin with “chrome://” and followed by a set of letters and phrases. The phrases are sometimes hyphenated but never contain spaces or special characters. These commands are very powerful and can be used as a shortcut to access the features quickly.
Useful Google Chrome Commands That Every User Should Know
1- Access Chrome Settings>>
2- Browsing History >>
Access browsing history with this URL command instead of going through the menu.
3- Play Chrome’s offline Dinosaur game >>
URL command syntax displays the “No internet” error page from which you can play the built-in Google Chrome game. Check out this guide to learn more about the offline Dinosaur game and how to play it.
4- Download manager >>
5- About Chrome >>
6- Display extensions >>
View complete list of installed extensions on your Chrome browser.
7- Access experimental features >>
8- View bookmarked pages >>
9-View installed applications >>
Show Google apps like Web Store, YouTube, Gmail, etc.
10- Tab information & management>>
The “discard” command opens a tab management page where information about currently opened tabs is displayed. From this page, you can discard opened tabs, check average CPU usage of each tab, average load time, tab title, tab URL and more.
11- Restart Chrome browser>>
Enter the URL command into your browser and the Google Chrome will restart.
12- Quit Chrome >>
This URL command closes the Chrome browser.
13- Display new tab page >>
14- Version >>
14- Access all of Chrome’s URL commands >>
15- View All Networking Events >>
Net-internals is a browser’s network diagnosis center. It includes information and tools to help you see the events has been captured, solve recurring problems, and solve network problems. If you encounter a DNS error page, you may have visited this page to refresh the cache.
16- Check Components >>
This command displays all components used in Chrome browser. Here we can see the version of commonly used Flash components and check whether there are updates.
17- View Which Sites are Forbidden to Translate >>
Enter “chrome://translate-internals”, then it will display what languages are not prompted to translate, which sites no longer prompt translation, and which languages should always be translated, and the user can manually close the translation options have been set before.
18- View the devices that are connected to the computer. >>
Recommended For You
Published on: May 17, 2019-edited date: 04-09-2020