Google Chrome shortcut list for Windows and macOS

Ctrl + N Opens a new window. Ctrl + T Opens a new tab. Ctrl + Shift + N Opens a new window in incognito mode. Press Ctrl + O and select a file. Opens a file on your computer in Google Chrome. Press Ctrl and click on a link. Or click on a link with your middle mouse button (or mouse wheel). Opens the link in a new tab in the background. Press Ctrl + Shift and click on a link. Or press Shift and click on a link with your middle mouse button (or mouse wheel). Opens the link in a new tab and switches to the tab just opened. Press Shift and click on a link. Opens the link in a new window. Ctrl + Shift + T Reopens the last closed tab. Google Chrome remembers the last ten tabs you closed. Drag a link to a tab. Opens the link in the tab. Drag a link to an empty section of the tab strip. Opens the link in a new tab. Drag a tab from the tab strip. Opens the tab in a new window. Drag a tab from the tab strip to an existing window. Opens the tab in the existing window. Press Esc while dragging a tab. This will return the tab to its original position. Ctrl + 1 to Ctrl + 8 Switches to the tab on the specified position number in the tab strip. Ctrl + 9 Switches to the last tab. Ctrl + Tab or Ctrl + Page Down Switches to the next tab. Ctrl + Shift + Tab or Ctrl + Page Up Switches to the previous tab. Alt + F4 or Ctrl + Shift + W Close the current window. Ctrl + W or Ctrl + F4 Close the current tab or pop-up window. Click on a tab with your middle mouse button (or mouse wheel). Close the corresponding tab. Right-click the “Back” or “Forward” button in the browser toolbar and hold down the mouse button. Displays your browsing history in the tab. Press Backspace or press Alt and the left arrow at the same time. Go to the previous page in your tab browsing history. Press Shift + Backspace or press Alt and the right arrow at the same time. Go to the next page in your browser’s browsing history. Press Ctrl and click the “Back”, “Forward” or “Run” button in the toolbar. Or click on one of the buttons with your middle mouse button (or mouse wheel). Opens the destination of the button on a new tab in the background. Double-click the empty space in the tab strip. Maximizes or minimizes the window. Alt + Home Opens your homepage in the current window.