Google Chrome 2013 for Mac Os Download
Many people are happy to stick with the default browser set up when they fire up their computer for the first time, which means Internet Explorer if you’re a Windows user and Safari if you’re on an Apple Mac. Both browsers have improved massively in recent years, but part of that improvement is down to the growth in rival browsers like Google’s open-source alternative.
Chrome 2013 is no longer the young upstart it once was, and its pioneering spirit is often forgotten in the mists of time. It was Chrome’s sleek tab-driven interface with minimal real estate that was adopted by Firefox 2013 and the recent IE10. Chrome 2013 was the first to provide a resource-friendly browser that loaded quickly and didn’t suck the life out of your system, although again the competition has now caught up and in some cases – surpassed its achievements.
Oh, Chrome 2013 was also the first to adopt a rapid release cycle, so if you’re fed up with a new browser number appearing in the About menu every few months, you can thank Google for that too.
Chrome may no longer look like the dazzling young starlet, but it more than holds its own against the competition. It’s still quick to load, quick to perform and easy to use. It bundles the Flash plug-in so you don’t have to download it separately and the browser sync function makes it easy to back up and sync your settings across multiple computers.
While the competition has definitely caught up, Chrome 2013 has enough going for it to keep existing users happy supporting the browser that has led to so many improvements in the way we view and access the web.
Chrome 2013 Os for Mac Keyboard Shortcuts
⌘-N : Opens a new window.
⌘-T : Opens a new tab.
⌘-Shift-N : Opens a new window in incognito mode.
⌘-Shift-T : Reopens the last tab you’ve closed. Google Chrome remembers the last 10 tabs you’ve closed.
⌘-W : Closes the current tab or pop-up.
⌘-Shift-W : Closes the current window.
⌘-M : Minimizes the window.
⌘-H : Hides Google Chrome.
⌘-Option-H : Hides all other windows.
⌘-Q : Closes Google Chrome.
Google Chrome 2013 Feature Shortcuts On a Mac
⌘-Shift-B : Toggles the bookmarks bar on and off.
⌘-Option-B : Opens the bookmark manager.
⌘-, : Opens the Preferences dialog.
⌘-Y : Opens the History page.
⌘-Shift-J : Opens the Downloads page.
⌘-Shift-Delete : Opens the Clear Browsing Data dialog.
⌘-Shift-M : Switch between multiple users.
Address Bar Shortcuts On a Mac
⌘-L : Highlights the URL.
⌘-Option-F : Places a ‘?’ in the address bar. Type a search term after the question mark to perform a search using your default search engine.
⌘-Delete : Deletes the key term that precedes your cursor in the address bar.
Webpage Shortcuts On a Mac
⌘-P : Prints your current page.
⌘-Shift-P : Opens the Page Setup dialog.
⌘-S : Saves your current page.
⌘-Shift-I : Emails your current page.
⌘-R : Reloads your current page.
⌘-, : Stops loading of your current page.
⌘-F : Opens the find bar.
⌘-G : Finds the next match for your input in the find bar.
⌘-Shift-G or Shift-Enter : Finds the previous match for your input in the find bar.
⌘-E : Uses selection for find
⌘-J : Jumps to selection
⌘-Option-I : Opens Developer Tools.
⌘-Option-U : Opens the source of your current page.
⌘-D : Saves your current webpage as a bookmark.
⌘-Shift-D : Saves all open tabs as bookmarks in a new folder.
⌘-Shift-F : Opens your page in full-screen mode. Press ⌘-Shift-F again to exit full-screen.
⌘-+ : Enlarges everything on the page.
⌘ and – : Makes everything on the page smaller.
⌘-0 : Returns everything on the page to normal size.
⌘-Shift-H : Opens your home page in your current tab.
Space bar : Scrolls down the web page.
⌘-Option-F : Searches the web.
Post date : November 1st, 2011 03:47 PM | Update date : January 11th, 2013 10:32 AM