How To Use Google Chrome Commands?
Google Chrome is the most popular browser used around the world. Google Chrome supports platforms like Windows, Linux, MacOS, Android etc. Google Chrome uses
Omnibox address bar which can be used access to the Chrome features and settings easily.
Settings – chrome://settings
We can use the following command in order to list current Chrome settings.
Search Engine – Settings – chrome://settings/searchEngines
Chrome comes with a default search engine which is Google. We can list and change this search engine configuration with the following command.
Autofill – Settings – chrome://settings/autofill
Autofill is another useful feature used to fill forms with the previously provided information. We can list and changed this autofill setting like below.
Downloads – Settings – chrome://downloads
We can list current and historical downloads with more information in Chrome with the following command.
Google Chrome is a very extensible browser which can install native or 3rd arty extensions for more features. We can list these extensions with the following command.
We can see that there is a search bar. We can also list details about the extensions and remove them easily from this screen.
Bookmarks are very important to remember sites we love. We can list these bookmarks with the following command.
History – Extensions- chrome://history
Chrome browser stores visited sites in the history. We can list previously visited sites from history screen. History can be opened with the following command.
Help, Version – chrome://help
Google Chrome versions and help information can be listed with the following command. An alternative command is
Crashes – chrome://crashes
Chrome is mainly stable software but in rare situations, it can be crashed. We can list crash information with the following command.
Adobe Flash – chrome://flash
Adobe Flash player is a very popular plugin used to play videos and games. We can print related information about Adobe Flash with the following command.
GPU Information – chrome://gpu
Google Chrome can use GPU of the system in order to render videos or complete related jobs. So we can print information about the Graphics with the following command.
Browser Statistics – chrome://histograms
Detailed information about the page loaded statics can be printed with the following command.
System Information – chrome://system
Detailed information about the system can be printed with the following command.
Experimental Features – chrome://flags
Experimental features of Google Chrome can be managed via
flags page. We can open
flags page with the following command.
Network Events – chrome://net-export
Network activity of the Google Chrome can as a log file from Capture Network Log screen. We can open Capture Network Log screen with the following command.
Disk Usage – chrome://quota-internals
We can print quota information with the following command.
Password Manager – chrome://password-manager-internals
Google Chrome can store passwords internally. This storage is done by Password Manager. We can open the Password Manager screen with the following screen.
Policy – chrome://policy
Chrome policies can be listed with the following command. We can also export these policies with the
Export to JSON feature.
User ActionsLog – chrome://user-actions
Chrome traces the user actions in detail. We can monitor these actions in real time with the User Actions like below.
Quit – chrome://quit
We can quit from Google Chrome browser with the following command.
Restart – chrome://restart
We can also restart Chrome like below. This will useful after extensions installation.