Very few of you will be aware that google chrome has some hidden internal urls, and those who already know that chrome browser has internal urls doesn’t know what are their functions so below i have mentioned all the secret chrome urls along with their functions, however not all pages are useful to non-developers but some really are.
List of Google Chrome URLs :
chrome://print : The print preview page.
chrome://newtab : Displays the new tab page.
chrome://terms : Google Chrome’s Terms of Service.
chrome://plugins : Lists all plug-ins and their status.
chrome://extensions : Displays the installed extensions
chrome://settings : Opens the main Chrome Settings’ page.
chrome://flash : Detailed info about Chrome’s Flash integration
chrome://signin/ : Sign in to Chrome with your Google Account.
chrome://bookmarks : Opens the browser’s bookmarks manager.
chrome://policy : All policies that are currently active in the browser.
chrome://cache : Displays all cached items, websites, images and scripts
chrome://nacl : Information about Chrome’s NaCl plugin (Native Client).
chrome://ipc : Information about Chrome’s inter process communication.
chrome://media-internals : Displays media information when you play media.
chrome://downloads : The browser’s download manager listing all past downloads.
chrome://chrome-urls : Displays this list. Can also be loaded with Chrome://About.
chrome://inspect : Option to inspect elements, such as pages or extensions in Chrome.
chrome://appcache-internals : Info about appcached sites, including how much space they use.
chrome://dns : If prefetching is enabled, then information about the prefetching is displayed here.
chrome://flags : Displays experimental features that may or may not be integrated into the browser.
chrome://net-internals : Displays detailed network and connection related information, including SPDY connections, sockets or dns lookups.
chrome://gpu-internals : Info about the video card and supported features, e.g. hardware acceleration.
chrome://omnibox : Display address bar input results on this page, includes search, shortcuts and history information in the results.
chrome://predictors : A list of auto complete and resource prefetch predictors based on past activities.
chrome://quota-internals : Information about free disk space available for the Chrome profile directory, and usage and quota details.
chrome://history : Opens the browsing history page with options to clear the browsing history or look through it to find a page that you have opened in the past.
chrome://memory : Displays the browsers processes, and the memory usage of all web browsers opened on the computer.
chrome://stats : You need to run Chrome with –enable-stats-table for statistics to show up on this page. If you do not, the page is empty.
chrome://sync-internals : Detailed information about the browser’s synchronization feature if enabled.
chrome://tracing : Recording needs to be activated before the page gets filled with information. Once you do, the browser will start to record your browsing activity.
chrome://view-http-cache : Displays web pages that you have accessed, or were accessed while you were browsing on the Internet.
Google Chrome special pages for memory debugging :
- chrome://gpuclean : cleans gpu.
- chrome://gpuhang : Simulates a frozen gpu.
- chrome://hang : Simulates a frozen browser.
- chrome://gpucrash : Simulates a crash of the gpu.
- chrome://histograms : Histogram related information.
- chrome://crash : Simulates a crash caused by the current tab.
- chrome://shorthang : Simulates a browser that hangs for a moment.
- chrome://blob-internals : Displays analytics about blobs (Binary large objects).
- chrome://kill : Kills the current tab in the browser and displays a “killed” page instead.
- chrome://crashes : A list of all recent crashes. Only available if you enable crash reporting first.