Like the Windows shortcut keys, there are also a number of shortcuts for Google Chrome in Windows. Some of them have been included in this article.
CTRL = If you have more than one tab open in a single window pressing CTRL a number will directly take you on that window. Suppose you have five windows open and you are on the second window pressing CTRL + 5 will take you to the fifth window.
CTRL + DELETE = Deletes the selected item permanently (doesn’t keep the same in the recycle bin)
CTRL + SHIFT = Creates a shortcut of the selected item.
CTRL + Left Arrow = Takes the cursor to the beginning of the previous word.
CTRL + Right Arrow = Takes the cursor to the beginning of the next word.
CTRL + Up Arrow = Takes the cursor to the beginning of the previous paragraph.
CTRL + Down Arrow = Takes the cursor to the beginning of the next paragraph.
CTRL + Enter = Adds a new page (in MS Word).
ALT + TAB = Switch between the open windows.
ALT + Underlined letter = Executes the command in question.
ALT + Space = Opens a list of commands at the top left corner of the window.
BACKSPACE = Takes you to the previous page of your browser
BACKSPACE = Takes you to the previous folder – one level up in case the folder is selected for saving or opening a file.
SPACEBAR = Moves one screen down.
HOME = Takes you to the beginning of a page.
END = Takes you to the end of the page.