Google’s Chrome browser has special commands that can show you basic browser settings and info from within the browser’s main window.

This can be helpful since it presents browser information in one neat page that can easily be searched. For example, to view bookmarks, type “chrome://bookmarks” in the search or URL box. To view downloads, type “chrome://downloads”, and to view your history, type “chrome://history”.


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