Content Nav Menu 

Snag a Copy of “Google Chrome Keyboard Shortcuts”

on February 22, 2012 2:04 pm

Google Chrome Keyboard Shortcuts [affiliate link] is a handy cheat sheet for the Google Chrome browser that lists keystrokes that perform specific actions. Surf more productively by keeping your hands on the keyboard instead of going back and forth with your mouse. This cheat sheet comes at a good time for me because I actually just switched to Chrome last week. I’ve been a LONG time Firefox user, but I was getting tired of how slow it seems to be. I switched to Chrome and was blown away at how much faster it is. If you haven’t tried it in awhile, definitely check it out.

There are a few hoops to jump through to get this guide, but it helps The Gadgeteer to earn some affiliate fees that can help us to bring you more cool product reviews.

Comments

  1. 1
    Doc says:

    The affiliate link could use a good UX developer. After I filled out the info it kept telling me to enter my email address. Apparently I filled in some other info and then there’s no way to tell where the email address belongs. FAIL!

  2. 2
    Julie says:

    @Doc I’m sorry you had issues. 37 others were able to fill out the form, so I’m not sure what caused the glitch.

  3. 3
    Doc says:

    Where it asks for Business Email Address type info that is not in an email format. When you submit it will leave that bad info there and just tell you that the email is not in a correct format. It won’t be clear where you’re supposed to “correct” since the field no longer says “Business Email Address”, it just contains the bad info entered previously.

Leave a Reply