Chrome tip No. 35
Save yourself some time and stop typing
.com into Web addresses. Just type the main part of the site's name --
infoworld, for instance -- then hit Ctrl and Enter. Chrome will fill in the rest for you.
Chrome tip No. 36
Put some extra language knowledge into your browser by adding in the official Google Dictionary extension. With it in place, you can double-click any word on the Web to see a pop-up bubble with its definition.
Chrome tip No. 37
Chrome lets you paste text into the browser without any formatting, which can be useful when you want words without any links, colors, or fonts attached for an email, online document, or other Web-based text field. Ctrl-Shift-V is the command to remember.
Chrome tip No. 38
Ever want to copy a file to your desktop after you've downloaded it? Easy: Click the file's tile in the download bar at the bottom of your browser and drag it directly onto your desktop.
Chrome tip No. 39
You can drag a file from the download bar directly into an online service, too -- like Google Drive, Dropbox, or Gmail. The file will be uploaded without any extra effort on your behalf.
Chrome tip No. 40
Try right-clicking on a tab's title at the top of your browser. You'll find a pop-up list of advanced options -- everything from duplicating the tab to closing all other tabs to its right.
Chrome tip No. 41
When there's a tab you want to keep open, use Chrome's Pin command -- located in the right-click menu mentioned in the previous tip. Pinning a tab will cause it to stay in place in a sized-down notch at the left side of the window.
Chrome tip No. 42
Chrome can act as a basic file explorer for your computer. On a Windows machine, try typing
C:\ into the Omnibox to start navigating around.
Chrome tip No. 43
You can save files directly from the Web to Google Drive. Grab Google's official Save to Google Drive extension and you'll gain an option to save both full pages and individual files by right-clicking as you surf.
Chrome tip No. 44
Chrome can print wirelessly to compatible printers using Google's Cloud Print service. Open up
chrome://settings, click "Show advanced settings," and look for the section labeled "Google Cloud Print" to get started.