How to Use Google Chrome Commands - Access Dozens of Chrome's Features and Settings


Google Chrome is highly customizable, allowing you to fine-tune the browser through hundreds of settings that affect virtually everything ranging from the application's appearance to its security-related features. While many of these tweaks can be made through the interface's graphical menu buttons and links, Chrome commands let you really get under the hood and take full control of your browser.
These commands, entered into Chrome's address bar (also known as the Omnibox), not only provide shortcuts to settings accessible through the browser menus but also access to advanced options which are only available via this method. Below are some of the most useful Chrome commands along with a brief description of each.
As always, it is best to use caution when modifying your browser's settings. If you are unsure about a particular component or feature, it may be best to leave it as is.
Read the article: List of Chrome Commands

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