Saturday, September 21, 2013

List of Chrome URLs - Omnibox shortcuts

Since the arrival of Chrome, the omnibox has been one of the most useful tools it has; search from there, prediction, autocomplete, calculator, search from other search engines, and more. One of my favorite features is the possibility to type addresses for some Chrome pages such as extensions, plugins, settings, etc. Here are some of these.

In this page you’ll be able to customize the accessibility options in Chrome for each extension (spoken feedback, high contrast mode, screen magnifier). These options are only available to ChromeBook users.

Accessibilty options.

Here you can check the application’s cache, AKA, offline data.

App cache.


Displays analytics about blobs (Binary large objects). Sadly, I don’t have an image for this one because is empty.

These is the bookmarks manager... in case you didn’t know.

Bookmarks manager.

Displays information about your cache and which items are currently in your cache data.


Display all Chrome’s URLS... AKA, this lists.

Chrome URL's list.

Shows current known conflicts between chrome’s loaded modules.

Chrome conflicts.

Displays information about Chrome’s crashes.

Chrome's crashes.

Chrome’s credits. Sadly, it doesn’t move.

Chrome's Credits.

Recorded DNSs visited by Chrome… a lot of these.

Chrome DNSs.

The downloads’ page.

Downloads' page.

The extensions’ page.

Extensions' page.

These are Chrome experiments, special commands, or special features.

Flags' page.

Displays data about your current Flash version.


Shows information about your GPU (if any), and your PC capabilities to render different pages.

GPU data.

I have no idea what’s this for.


The history page.


Easiest way to inspect the sites you’re browsing and the current extensions running.

Inspect page.

IPC stands for “Inter Process Communication”. What does it do, you ask? No idea. Go here for an explanation.

Shows information about the current media playing.

Media Internals.

This is the info of all browsers memory consumption.

Memory consumption.

These are memory statistics, don’t know how they work, though.

Memory Internals.

Chrome’s Native Client info (more here).

A complete set of tools for monitor the network usage of Chrome, and a lot of other stuff.

Net Internals.

The New Tab page. I won’t even put an image.

Omnibox history... super awesome.


Disable/Enable Chrome plug-ins.


Displays different Chrome policies. I have no idea of how to modify these... yet.


One of the best Chrome pages; a full list of the omnibox predictions... and FYI, it also works as a browsing/search history.


This is the page that appears when you hit ctrl+P.

No idea. This is something for developers, apparently.


Info about local data storage.


The settings page.

General info about the account that is signed into Chrome.

Sign into Chrome.

Shows general statistics about Chrome. NOTE that you need the flag “--enable-stats-table” to see them, otherwise you’ll get a blank page.


Shows a lot (tons) of data about your current signed account.

Sync internals.

Chrome’s Terms of Service.

Chrome’s Tracing tool. I do not know how to use it.

Tracing Tool.

Chrome’s translation feature data.

Translate internals.

Log showing data about the user’s interactions with the browser.

User Actions.

Info about Chrome’s version.

There must be a difference between this and chrome://cache, I just don’t know it yet.

Last one, no idea. Apparently it shows data logs of peer connections using WebRTC; audio and video streaming... or something like that.


These are all the URLs you’ll ever need when using Chrome... Or at least some of these.

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