Chrome browser download

Google Chrome Firefox Theme

Download Google Chrome Safari Theme

To install these themes, download your desired theme then uncompressed it and copy the default.dll file(found in zip) and replace the once found in

For Windows XP Users:
C:\Documents and Settings\User\Local Settings\Application Data\Google\Chrome\Application.2.149.27\Themes\

For Windows Vista Users:


Please see this video tutorial on making Java work on your Google Chrome Web Browser. It contains concise step by step instructions right from downloading Java from to having it running on Chrome.

Open in Chrome Firefox Extension

One Firefox extension many people use is IE View which enables you to open or view pages in IE, then later an IE View Lite version was released by Grayson Mixon.

Well this handy ‘Open in Chrome’ addon for Firefox is a tweak of IE View Lite which essentially allows you to do the same as the original but for Google Chrome instead. It also allows you to configure sites to always open in Google Chrome, right click links and open in Chrome as well as adds a toolbar button.

This is very useful if you are browsing with FireFox and want to open a URL in Google Chrome to utilize the Incognito mode, or just want to see how a particual page renders.


#1 Download

#2 Drag the .xpi to your FireFox window and restart Firefox for the addon to take effect

#3 Hit the Browse button and navigate to Tools >> Addons >> Open in Google Chrome then select Options and the following window will appear:



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About Commands

about: ->show version info
about:version -> same to about:
about:cache -> show cache content
about:plugins -> show info of plugins installed
about:memory ->show memory usage
about:crash -> crash the tab
about:dns -> show dns info, like time
about:network -> network tools
about:stats -> shh! this page is secret!
about:internets -> the tubes are clogged!
about:histograms ->histograms resume

Window and tab shortcuts

Ctrl+N Open a new window

Ctrl+Shift+N Open a new window in incognito mode

Press Ctrl, and click a link Open link in a new tab

Press Shift, and click a link Open link in a new window

Alt+F4 Close current window

Ctrl+T Open a new tab

Ctrl+Shift+T Reopen last tab closed (remembers 10)

Drag link to tab Open link in specified tab

Drag link to space between tabs Open link in a new tab

Ctrl+1 through Ctrl+8 Switch to the tab at the specified position number. The number you press represents a position on the tab strip.

Ctrl+9 Switch to the last tab

Ctrl+Tab or Ctrl+PgDown Switch to the next tab

Ctrl+Shift+Tab or Ctrl+PgUp Switch to the previous tab

Ctrl+W or Ctrl+F4 Close current tab or pop-up

Alt+Home Open your homepage

Ctrl+O, then select file Open a file from your computer in Google Chrome

Address bar shortcuts

Do one of the following actions in the address bar:

Type a search term Perform a search using your default search engine

Type the part of the web address that’s between ‘www.’ and ‘.com’, then press Ctrl+Enter

Type a search engine keyword or URL, press Tab, then type a search term Perform a search using the search engine associated with the keyword or the URL. Google Chrome prompts you to press Tab if it recognizes the search engine you’re trying to use.

F6 or Ctrl+L or Alt+D Highlight content in the web address area

Type a web address, then press Alt+Enter Open your web address in a new tab

Shortcuts to open Google Chrome features

Ctrl+B Toggle bookmarks bar on and off
Ctrl+H View the History page
Ctrl+J View the Downloads page
Shift+Escape View the Task manager

Webpage shortcuts

Ctrl+P Print your current page
F5 Reload current page
Esc Stop page loading
Ctrl+F5 or Shift+F5 Reload current page, ignoring cached content
Press Alt, and click a link Download link
Ctrl+F Open find-in-page box
Ctrl+G or F3 Find next match for your input in the find-in-page box
Ctrl+Shift+G or Shift+F3 Find previous match for your input in the find-in-page box
Ctrl+U View source
Drag link to bookmarks bar Bookmark the link
Ctrl+D Bookmark your current webpage
Ctrl++ Make text larger
Ctrl+- Make text smaller
Ctrl+0 Return to normal text size


Backspace, or press Alt and the left arrow together Go to the previous page in your browsing history for the tab

Shift+Backspace, or press Alt and the right arrow together Go to the next page in your browsing history for the tab

Ctrl+K or Ctrl+E Places a ‘?’ in the address bar. Type a search term after the ‘?’ to perform a search using your default search engine.

Place your cursor in the address bar, then press Ctrl and the left arrow together Jump to the previous word in the address bar

Place your cursor in the address bar, then press Ctrl and the right arrow together Jump to the next word in the address bar

Place your cursor in the address bar, then press Ctrl+Backspace Delete the previous word in the address bar

Space bar Scroll down the web page
Home Go to the top of the page
End Go to the bottom of the page

Google Chrome Tips & Tricks

On the URL, type in: about:internets
This will show the old Windows 3.11 screensaver of pipes. The tab name will read “Dont clog the tubes”. I used to remember this when I was a kid. After school, I’ll go to his office and poke around. I always see this screensaver on his computer.



2. Other hacks:

about:version – version info on Google Chrome
– will show the pitiful crash icon

3. To clear those *ahem* logs, as well as those annoying Most Visited on the front page of Chrome, go to Toolbar (located at the upper right) -> Clear browsing data…