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The web browser has become one of the most essential professional tools of any information worker. As with any other professional tool, it takes effort and practice to master it. This course will teach you Google Chrome's most important features and how to use them effectively via keyboard shortcuts. Please note that this course needs to be done with KeyCombiner Desktop, otherwise your browser will intercept many shortcuts.
These essential commands will be useful no matter how you use Chrome. They are a prerequisite to navigate the web effectively. Fortunately, you can use them with any browser and probably know them already.
Working with multiple tabs and windows can quickly become overwhelming. This lesson will teach you how to leverage keyboard shortcuts to find the way out of any tab overload. It includes Chrome's recently int…
Finding text on the current page is an incredibely common task and goes beyond the basic search feature. Master this lesson to make your search experience as seamless as possible.
The Chrome browser comprises several tools that add to your browsing experience. This lesson teaches the keyboard shortcuts needed to access these tools efficiently.
Chrome provides a number of features that help you interact with the web page. After mastering this lesson, you will be able to quickly go to the top or bottom of any page, control the zoom level, and more.
The combinations in this advanced lesson might not help in everyday use cases, but they sure feel powerful when you eventually need them. Master this lesson if you don't want to take any chances when it comes…
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