A handful of tips and tweaks to get the most out of Chrome
Using the Google Chrome Options dialog, you can tell Chrome to start up by reopening all the tabs you had open when you last closed the browser.
Type about:crash into the Omnibox to crash the current tab and make the "sad tab" icon appear. (Yes, it really says "Aw, snap!")
With a little bit of hacking, you can change your Google Chrome theme to something with a bit more personality, like this Red Sox theme.
Type about:dns into the Omnibox to find information about Chrome's DNS use.
Configuring Firefox's Open in Chrome add-on lets you launch any page in Chrome from directly within Firefox.
Type about:network into the Omnibox to get information about Chrome's Internet or network use.
You can pause and resume downloads from Chrome's Downloads page, as well as do other tasks, such as open downloaded files.
Type about:memory into the Omnibox, and you'll get detailed information about Chrome's memory use.
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