Friday, September 5, 2008

Google Chrome Web-Browser - Secret Commands

Google's New Web-Browser Chrome has a very cool list of secret commands that share the users data with them selves, displaying how the browser, page, or other data currently is..

Here they are:

  • about:memory
  • about:stats
  • about:network
  • about:internets
  • about:histograms
  • about:dns
  • about:cache
  • about:plugins
  • about:version

you can also go to two special pages on a 

per-site basis.view-cache:[URL] shows you some under-the-hood cache details, and 

view-cache:[URL] shows you the page's markup.

Just found this out from lifehacker he does a great job covering this topic, with screen shots, if you are intested just type any of these commands in the URL Box of the Chrome Web-Browser and you will see some special about pages.

tek-min-now team


Anonymous said...

Has anyone figured out where google displays their changelog for updates?

My browser just incremented it's version number and I'd very much like to know what has changed:)

It was a very minor increment though. Perhaps they only notify people if it is a more significant update.

I'm still waiting on the scrolling fixes.

PhoenixBlogger said...

Wow...this is so cool. I have been researching for this since Google has come out chrome. Keep it up buddy.