Google Chrome Keyboard Shortcuts (Mac)

The essential keyboard shortcuts ("hot keys") available in Google Chrome on the Mac OSX operating system.
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Toggle Tab Overview
cmd-ctrl-T
View the source of the current page
cmd-option-U
Open Developer Tools
cmd-option-I
Open a file from your computer
cmd-O
Quit Google Chrome
cmd-Q
Go to the next page in your browsing history for the tab
cmd-]
Go to the previous page in your browsing history for the tab
cmd-[
Switch between multiple users
cmd-shift-M
Open the Bookmark Manager
cmd-option-B
Switch to the previous tab
cmd-option and left arrow
Switch to the next tab
cmd-option and right arrow
Copy the URL of the page you're viewing to the clipboard
cmd-option-C
Select all the text on the current page
cmd-A
Copy highlighted content to the clipboard
cmd-C
Save all open tabs as bookmarks in a new folder
cmd-shift-D
Print the current page
cmd-P
Use selection for find
cmd-E
Find the next match for your input in the Find Bar
cmd-G
Find the previous match for your input in the Find Bar
cmd-shift-G
Open the Find Bar
cmd-F
Bookmark the current page
cmd-D
Open the downloads page
cmd-shift-J
Open the settings dialog
cmd-,
Hide Google Chrome
cmd-H
Minimize the window
cmd-M
Scroll down the web page
space bar
Return everything on the page to normal size
cmd-0
Make everything on the page smaller
cmd and -
Enlarge everything on the page
cmd and +
Toggle full-screen mode
cmd-shift-F
Reload the current page
cmd-R
Highlight the URL in the address bar
cmd-L
Open the history page
cmd-Y
Toggle the bookmark bar on and off
cmd-shift-B
Close the current window
cmd-shift-W
Close the current tab or pop-up
cmd-W
Reopen the last tab you've closed
cmd-shift-T
Open a new window in incognito mode
cmd-shift-N
Open a new window
cmd-N
Open a new tab
cmd-T