Google Chrome is one of the best browsers for different users. It provides some hidden features and you can access them with the internal Chrome URLs. This post from MiniTool gives a list of the Chrome URLs and the purpose of some important items.
Google Chrome is a web browser for users to search for something. Chrome URL is an internal page of the Google Chrome browser. It can provide detailed information about the browser’s internal structure for developers and power users.
Not only do Chrome URLs help you access Chrome’s hidden features, but they also allow you to debug any issues you run into. How to see the hidden Chrome URLs? Type chrome://chrome-urls/ or chrome://about in Google Chrome’s address bar and press Enter, then you can see a page of chrome URLs.
While this page will give you a list of available Chrome URLs, information about what they are for will not be offered. Next, we will introduce the purpose of some important Chrome URLs.
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Chrome URLs & Their Purposes
List of Chrome URLs
chrome://about – Lists all hidden Chrome URLs.
chrome://accessibility – Checks the internal representation of accessibility features in Chrome. You can view and modify Chrome’s various accessibility modes and view the accessibility tree for a specific page or native Chrome application.
chrome://app-service-internals – Shows App Service Internals – App List and Web Store.
chrome://apps – Shows Web Store and you can search for and add the extension or theme you need.
chrome://attribution-internals – Shows Attribution Reporting and you can refresh all page data or clear all attribution data.
chrome://bluetooth-internals – Displays information about connected Bluetooth adapters and devices.
chrome://bookmarks – Shows your Chrome bookmarks.
chrome://chrome-urls – Lists all hidden Chrome URLs.
chrome://components – Lists all components and optionally check for updates.
chrome://conflicts – 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 – Lists all recently logged and reported crashes and you can clear the logs here.
chrome://credits – Shows credits for components and features included in Google Chrome.
chrome://device-log – Provides information for devices that Google Chrome can work with, like Bluetooth, USB devices, etc.
chrome://discards – Provides information about tabs that were discarded during the session.
chrome://download-internals – Monitors downloads and status.
chrome://downloads – Lists all downloaded files for you to view them.
chrome://extensions – Lists all extensions you have added. You can see the details or remove them.
chrome://flags – Shows all experimental features. You can enable or disable them.
chrome://gcm-internals – Displays Google Cloud Messaging information.
chrome://gpu – View details of the Graphics Processing Unit (GPU).
chrome://help – Views the version of Google Chrome and check for updates.
chrome://history – Lists all browsing history.
chrome://inspect – Allows setting network targets and port forwarding for USB devices.
chrome://interstitials – Choose an interstitial.
chrome://invalidations – Lists invalidations debug information.
chrome://management – Page is only available if some Group Policies are applied to the browser.
chrome://media-engagement – Lists media engagement options, and displays sessions.
chrome://media-internals – Lists details about media.
chrome://net-export – Allows creating a network log.
chrome://net-internals – Displays detailed network and connection-related information.
chrome://network-errors – Lists network error messages that Chrome may throw.
chrome://new-tab-page – Displays the new tab page.
chrome://new-tab-page-third-party – Display the new page of third-party apps.
chrome://newtab – Displays the new tab page.-
chrome://omnibox – Shows address bar input history on the page.
chrome://password-manager – List password manager logs.
chrome://password-manager-internals – Shows internal details for the built-in password manager.
chrome://policy – All policies that are currently active in the browser.
chrome://predictors – View auto-complete and resource prefetch details.
chrome://print – Go to the print preview page.
chrome://process-internals – Process and site isolation information, frame trees.
chrome://quota-internals – View statistics of usage and quota by viewed sites.
chrome://safe-browsing – View safe browsing page details.
chrome://sandbox – The sandbox status for Chrome processes.
chrome://serviceworker-internals – Lists details of the service worker script.
chrome://settings – Go to the Chrome settings page.
chrome://signin-internals – Chrome sign-in details.
chrome://site-engagement – Provides details of the engagement of all viewed sites.
chrome://sync-internals – Sync details with your Google account; if the summary is ready then the account is in sync.
chrome://system – Lists JSON information about the system, sync, memory usage, etc.
chrome://terms – Lists Google Chrome’s Terms of Service.
chrome://tracing – Record tracing log.
chrome://translate-internals – Go to language translation settings.
chrome://usb-internals – Test USB device.
chrome://user-actions – List all user actions.
chrome://version – View Chrome version.
chrome://web-app-internals – Installed app details in JSON format.
chrome://webrtc-internals – Allows creating WebRTC dumps.
chrome://webrtc-logs – Shows recently created WebRTC text and event logs.
chrome://whats-new – Lists the new features of Google Chrome.
The following pages are for debugging purposes only. They are not linked directly since they crash or hang the renderer. You can type them into the address bar if you need them.
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Now, you have known the hidden Chrome URLs and their purpose. You can type chrome://chrome-urls/ or chrome://about in Google Chrome’s address bar and press Enter to access it.