Chrome Tweaks with Settings

¬Article by admin with 2 comments
17 Oct 2008

Google Chrome follows the normal Google minimalist approach in regards to user interface. Right now, there are not many tweaks or settings available to change. That may or may not be the case after Chrome gets out of Beta. However, there are a few tweaks you can make that might be helpful.

* Looking for a Search History Button?

In Chrome’s interface, the Search History feature has been integrated into the Back Button¬† –¬†just hold down the mouse button when you?re clicking on the back arrow. After a short delay, a menu pops up showing your recently visited pages. You can also access the full history from that menu. If for any reason, Chrome is not responding, click your right mouse button and that normally does the trick.

* Where’s my Home Button?

By default Chrome has no Home Button. However, you can enable it by opening the options dialog: click the wrench icon in the top right hand corner and then “Options” and check the box labeled “Show Home Button..”. A little blue house representing your Start page will appear next to your Star Button.

* How about the Bookmarks Bar?

To show it or hide it, hit Ctrl+B.

One could legitimately argue that these aren’t really “Tweaks”. Point taken. We will hunt out more sneaky and underground Tweaks in upcoming posts.

Category: Tweaks

There are 2 comments. Leave a comment!

  • ¬ herinxi
    #255 November 13th, 2008 at 5:53 am

    my Go-Chrome always restart when open multiple tabs/windows,
    when the full version will be released,

  • ¬ Tips nd Tricks
    #2157 May 9th, 2009 at 6:24 am

    i like this theme

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