Tom Spring of PC World has posted some handy tips and tweaks to the new Google Chrome browser. The highlights for me are:
- CTRL + SHIFT + N automatically opens up a Chrome 'incognito' window which allows you to surf on a PC without leaving behind any digital footprints.
- CTRL + SHIFT + T will open recently closed browser tabs.
- Type about:internets into the address bar and you'll see a tribute to United States Senator Ted Stevens' take on the Internet. (This only works in Windows XP)
- Chrome allows you to peel browser tabs off a browser so they can become their own browser window. Chrome also allows you to take two separate Chrome browsers and drag them together creating one window with two tabs.
Check out the complete list here.