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

2 comments:

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.

Phoenix2Life