Here's the full list:
General Information Pages:
Shows information about Chrome.
Shows a list of about commands.
Shows a blank page.
Shows the plugins page.
Shows the Google Chrome License
Shows installed extentions.
Clears the current page
Lists all modules loaded into the main process and modules registered to load at a later point
Shows information about the data in the browser cache.
Shows a page that compares the memory used by all the active browsers and by Google Chrome's processes.
Shows DNS records for 10 frequently visited host-names.
Shows a list of histograms for Google Chrome's internal metrics.
Shows network information including Proxy, HostResolver, URLRequest, HTTPCache and SocketStream.
Shows a list of internal counters and timers.
Shows stats as of last page load.
Shows you some under-the-hood cache details.
Shows the source code.
Type this in the address bar of a tab when there's already an active web page to hang the process (this means that the process no longer accepts any signal, but it's still running). The other tabs will continue to work and the active tab can be closed.
Locks the GPU Process for debugging purposes.
Shows a page where you can enable experimental features
Crash the active tab. Google Chrome displays the sad tab" image, followed by this message: "Something went wrong while displaying this webpage. To continue, press Reload or go to another page".
Let me know in the comments if I missed something.
Also check :
Also check :
- Firefox's about: commands (and easter eggs!)
- Some more Firefox about: commands
- Add Firefox-Style Live Bookmarks (RSS Feeds) in Google Chrome
- Revert to Google Chrome's Older "New Tab" Page in 3 Steps