Google Chrome is just not a web browser but you can also navigate to any website you wish to in a matter of moments and you can make use of the URL bar to perform Google searches; however that stuff just begins to expose.
Google has concealed numerous hidden functionalities into the Chrome browser. Writing notes on an in-built notebook, playing a dinosaur themed program game when the internet connectivity is out, and spotting your lost mobile phone through a Google map, are several cool things the vast majority can do. Listed below are few popular Google Chrome hidden features you can experiment with at this time:
What will you do while you are in middle of a meeting and you lack a pen for making quick notes? Don’t fritter away your time opening up a new Doc, all you have to do is just copy “data:text/html, <html contenteditable>“, into the url bar and hit enter. With this your Chrome tab will directly turn into a notepad.
When your Wifi starts giving you hard time while you try to access a webpage, you will counter a pop up “Unable to connect” dinosaur. You might not know that if you hit spacebar from the keyboard, the dinosaur image turns into a game which you can happily play while your internet connection gets retrieved.
While working, how annoying it is to bump into an ad or video playing in one of the anonymous Chrome tabs open at once. With this innovative feature, all you have to do is to click on the speaker icon to mute that particular tab without even exiting from the tab you are currently working in.
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