11 Google Chrome Shortcuts You Really Need To Know

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Google Chrome is without a doubt the most advanced and most complete browser there is. Its features as well as its blazing fast speed makes users more productive and efficient. Did you know though that there are still some tricks you might not have discovered yet on Google Chrome that will make you even more productive?

Here are some of the less-common shortcuts and techniques you need to know about Google Chrome:

1. Right click image and press “S” to reverse search an image, so you can discover where it comes from:

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2. Or you can also drag the image into the search bar to do the same function:

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3. Did you know that there is a way to mute messages on gmail?

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4. Paste this code to the address bar to turn Google Chrome into a notepad:
data:text/html,%20<html%20contenteditable><Title>Notepad</Title>

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5. You can also paste this code to use the night mode version of notepad instead:
data:text/html;charset=utf-8,%20<title>Notepad%20(Nightmode)</title><body%20contenteditable%20style=”font-family:%20DejaVu;font-weight:bold;background:#1E1E1E;color:#FFFFFF;font-size:1rem;line-height:1.4;max-width:80rem;margin:0%20auto;padding:2rem;”%20spellcheck=”false”>

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6.  Ctrl + Enter will automatically add “.com” to your address!

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7. Vision “google.com/ncr” so that you can get Google outside the United States.

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8. Holding down “CTRL” while clicking a link will open that link in a new tab.

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9. Go to facebook.com/settings to turn-off autoplay video on your Facebook.

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10. Use “Ctrl + Shift + T” on to open your most recently closed tab.

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11. Enter “CTRL + SHIFT + N” to open an incognito window!

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