These commands are used in Google Chrome on the url bar. Simply paste or type in the command and press Enter.

chrome://about – displays a list of Chrome’s url commands

chrome://accessibility – Use this page to inspect the internal representation of accessibility in Chrome. You can see and modify the various accessibility modes Chrome has. You can also view the accessibility tree for a specific page, or for the Chrome app natively.

chrome://app-service-internals – Displays details about app services used by Chrome

chrome://apps – Displays the apps installed on your instance of Chrome

chrome://attribution-internals – The Attribution Reporting API gives access to different types of insights via two types of reports that can be sent to an advertiser or a third-party ad tech provider

chrome://autofill-internals – Displays the captured autofill log

chrome://blob-internals – Displays the binary large object (blob) status

chrome://bookmarks – Opens the bookmark manager

chrome://chrome-urls – displays a list of Chrome’s url commands

chrome://components – Components add to the core functionality of Chrome. This wil display the status of the Chrome components

chrome://conflicts – This page lists all modules loaded into the browser and renderer processes and modules registered to load at a later point.

chrome://connectors-internals – Shows available enterprise connectors

chrome://crashes – This page shows information on your recent crashes if you enable crash reporting

chrome://credits – Give credit where credit is due. All the licensing information for systems that made Chrome possible

chrome://device-log – A log of all devices interacting with Chrome

chrome://dino – The dino-jump game. Warning – this is addictive

chrome://discards – Information about the currently open Tabs in Chrome

chrome://download-internals – The state and status of recent downloads

chrome://downloads – Displays your downloads. This is the same as pressing CTRL+J

chrome://extensions – Displays the Extensions currently installed in Chrome

chrome://extensions-internals – Displays the internals (source) of the currently installed Extensions

chrome://family-link-user-internals – Displays information about browsing, mainly used for parental Controls

chrome://flags – Chrome flags are a way to activate browser features that are not available by default. This displays the status of Flags

chrome://gcm-internals – Use chrome.gcm to enable apps and extensions to send and receive messages through Firebase Cloud Messaging. This displays the status

chrome://gpu – Displays status and information of the interaction between Chrome and your computer’s GPU

chrome://help – This displays a page that allows you to view several Chrome options, and a searchable Help system

chrome://history – This will display the current History log of Chrome. This is the same display as pressing CTRL+H

chrome://inspect – Tools used by Developers

chrome://interstitials – Allows you to browse the various warning pages and such you may encounter in Chrome

chrome://management – Displays whether or not your browser is managed (usually) by your employer

chrome://media-engagement – Displays media information and statistics that has been used recently in Chrome

chrome://net-export – Allows you to log Chrome’s network activity

chrome://network-errors – Pages of the different errors you may encounter in Chrome

chrome://new-tab-page – Opens a new tab in Chrome

chrome://new-tab-page-third-party – Opens a new tab in Chrome without the Google logo or search bar

chrome://newtab – The same as new-tab-page

chrome://omnibox – The omnibox allows you to register a keyword with Google Chrome’s address bar

chrome://optimization-guide-internals – Enable the optimization guide debug flags to record debug messages from the browser startup.

chrome://password-manager – Displays the Chrome password manager – if enabled

chrome://policy – View a device’s current Chrome policies on managed devices

chrome://predictors – Displays the Auto-complete, and the Prefetch predictor information

chrome://print – Displays the Print dialogue screen

chrome://profile-internals – Displays information for the Chrome profiles in your browser

chrome://safe-browsing – Displays the status of Safe Browsing in Chrome, if enabled

chrome://settings – Displays Chrome’s Settings window

chrome://signin-internals – Displays different statistics for signed-in users

chrome://site-engagement – Displays a basic graph of the engagement time with different sites currently in history

chrome://sync-internals – Displays statistics and information about the current Google sync setting

chrome://system – System diagnostic data

chrome:// – Search through your open tabs

chrome://terms – Google Chrome and ChromeOS Additional Terms of Service

chrome://translate-internals – Displays information for Google Translate

chrome://user-actions – Keeps a log of user actions in Chrome

chrome://version – Displays the version of Chrome you are running

chrome://whats-new – What’s new in Chrome

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