Google Chrome is a browser from Google is quite famous.Besides the product is the result of ruling the world of the internet, Google Chrome also reportedly had a decent performance. This is evidenced by the many users who use Google Chrome. And maybe you also one of the many Google Chrome users around the world.
1. Pin Tab
Their role to separate the tabs between the tabs are frequently opened / viewed with a no. To use it cukupkanan on the tab that opens, press the “Pin Tab” and convert tabs to favicon and will automatically shift to the left.
2. Paste and Go / Paste and Search.
If you copy any URL and intend to visit the site in Chrome, then instead of doing Ctrl V and Enter in the address bar, you can right click and click “Paste and Go” [“Push and go”]. Same for the text you want to search by text using the Chrome address bar. Right click and “Paste and Search” [“Press and search”]. Of course this feature can save you time.
3. Drag and Drop Download.
You can easily drag the downloaded file from Chrome to the desktop or another folder on your computer. That means, from now on, no need to go and change the download location every time you want the file to be downloaded in a separate place other than the desktop (or download folder).
4. Resources Page
The Resources section is useful for webmasters and anyone who has a site and want to know how fast the site in the browser. As you can see in the picture above, there are various options available to explore. Simply press Ctrl + Shift + I.
5. Task Manager.
Chrome treats each tab as a separate process so that if one of them started having problems [crash], it can be closed or can be prevented. It offers a built-in task manager to let you see the memory and CPU resources consumed by each tab. just click Tools [Tools]> Task Manager or by pressing Shift + Esc.
6. Quick calculation results of the Address Bar.
Perform calculations with numbers in the address bar type, such as a calculator, just type eg 12 * 50 in the address bar and wait a minute. The results will appear automatically.
7. Drag and Resize Text Box on the Webpage.
Another very useful feature. text box on a Web page is annoying.Usually the size is too small and after typing a few lines, you get an annoying scroll bar. In Chrome, you simply drag the box from the corner and make it larger. Suitable for writing text status on Twitter, Facebook, or other social media.
8. about: memory.
Chrome provides the “about: memory” page which can be accessed by typing about: memory in the address bar. This provides detailed data on how different processes in the browser in use of memory consumption.
9. Application Shortcuts.
You can create standalone applications from web pages in Chrome by using the Tools [Tools]> Create application shortcuts [Create application shortcuts]. This option can be used for sites that you frequently use and need them open all the time.
10. Bookmarks Sync (and AutoFills, Extensions) For Google Accounts.
This could prove to be a very useful feature, with a Google account you have, you can synchronize data such as browser History, Themes, Settings, Bookmarks, etc on the Chrome browser even different computers.
11. Select Open All Tabs [Reopen Tabs].
Chrome has an option that lets you open the page that has been closed previously. If the browser crashes for some reason and you have many tabs open. Make sure this option is checked.Open the Option settings [Options].
12. Setting the Thumbnail Using Full Screen key.
This tip was contributed by a reader at LifeHacker. You may not notice this, but if you have more than one Chrome window open and you are using Windows 7, thumbnails they will exchange the position if you do full screen (F11) on one of them. So, if you want to set the thumbnail in a specific order, you can use the F11 key to do the same so that the position changed again.
13. Just Copy Paste Text.
You know that if you copy anything from a web page and paste it to some other application (except for pure text editor such as Notepad), they carry all sorts of HTML and CSS with the text.
Next time, when you copy stuff from Chrome, and want to paste it elsewhere in Chrome itself (such as writing in Gmail, or Google Docs document, or create a blog post), use Ctrl + Shift + V instead of Ctrl + V if you only necessary text. Quick and easy is not.