12+ useful Google Chrome chrome: // commands

    Everyone knows that in order to get to the menu at Chrome, you need to click on the Wrench in the upper right corner.

    However, there are a few features that are not available from the menu, which you can only see with the chrome: // commands.

    Below the cat are the 12 most useful chrome: // commands that everyone should know.

    1. chrome: // flags

    From here, you can enable some experimental features that are hidden in the Google Chrome browser. Please note that as already mentioned on this page, since they are experimental, they cannot work as expected, and may cause questions. You will enable these features and use them at your own risk.

    2. chrome: // dns

    This page displays a list of DNS that your browser has polled.

    3. chrome: // downloads

    This function is also available from Menu-> Downloads, as well as a combination of Ctrl + J.

    4. chrome: // extensions

    This function is also available from Menu-> Options-> Extensions.

    5. chrome: // bookmarks

    This function is also available from Menu-> Bookmarks-> Bookmark Manager, as well as the combination Ctrl + Shift + O.

    6. chrome: // history

    This function is also available from Menu-> History, as well as by Ctrl + H combination.

    7.chrome: // memory

    First it redirects to “chrome: // memory-redirect /". This will show the memory that the Google Chrome browser eats, as well as all other browsers running on the system (including Firefox). It also displays all the processes associated with the browser with the PID, the name of the process, and the memory they occupy.

    8. chrome: // net-internals

    All network information is displayed here. Use this page to receive information about network events generated by the browser. You can also export this data. One of the important features on this page is “Test”. If the page could not be loaded, you can open "chrome: // net-internals” -> "Test" -> the address that could not be loaded and click on the "Start Test" button, then the test will pass and a report will appear on why unable to open page.

    9. chrome: // quota-internals

    This function displays information about the disk space used by the browser.

    10. chrome: // sessions

    This page displays session information.

    11. chrome: // settings

    This feature is also available from Menu-> Settings (Windows), and Menu-> Options (Linux). Here you can configure all available browser options.

    12. chrome: // sync-internals

    It displays information and statistics for synchronization.

    Added from comments:

    chrome: // gpu-internals /

    What features of the video card are supported and which are included

    chrome: // print /

    A great opportunity for Windows owners to save the page in pdf

    And in conclusion, to see all the available chrome: // commands, type chrome: // about / or chrome: // chrome-urls / in the address bar of the browser.

    In addition, all the commands mentioned above can also be called using the about command:

    For example, these are the same commands that return the same thing.

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