If you have installed a Chrome extension that customizes your new tab page, you can open the default new tab page from here: chrome://newtab
There are a few things that you can get done by dragging and dropping links and files to and from Chrome.
You might have noticed the dinosaur game on Chrome’s offline error page. This page and the game show up when your computer does not have an internet connection. However, you can play this game by going to the following URL: chrome://dino To find more details about this game, read our article here.
To increase or decrease font size, use the following keyboard shortcuts:
Google Chrome allows you to access a lot of its settings using chrome:// URLs. Here is a list of the most useful chrome:// URLs.
If you click and hold the back button (or the forward button) Chrome will show you the history of that tab. Here is how it looks like:
Drag text to the Omnibox (address bar) to search. Try this now by selecting text from this page and dragging it to the address bar.
Hold down CTRL and click a link to open it in a new tab. Useful when you find links on the page that you are currently reading. The link will open in a new tab while you continue reading the current page.
If you keep a lot of tabs open while browsing, you can group tabs to organize them. To group a tab, right-click and choose Add to New Group. Read our Tab Groups guide to learn more.
Just like audio and video files, Chrome also allows you to open images and documents. You can open PDF files, Word documents, and most common image formats. Just drag and drop the file in the Chrome interface and it will load.