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chrome://accessibility : This command shows the accessibility information for each Chrome tab. Here, you are also given the option to turn it OR or OFF.
chrome://appcache-internals : Appache-internals tells you about the app-cached websites and the storage space used by them.
chrome://apps : It shows you all the applications installed in Chrome web browser.
chrome://blob-internals : This command shows you the information about blobs (Binary Large Objects).
chrome://bookmarks : It shows your web browser’s bookmarks and options to manage them. No points for guessing, obviously.
chrome://cache : Cache command is used to list all the cached items like images, website data, and scripts.
chrome://chrome : It opens the About page of your Google Chrome web browser that tells the current version and the available updates.
chrome://chrome-urls : This URL displays the complete list of Chrome URLs.
chrome://components : Components command loads a list of all Chrome components like CRLset, recovery, pnacl etc.. Here, you have the option to check for individual updates.
chrome://copresence : It shows information regarding Google Copresence which allows your web browser to talk to nearby devices.
chrome://crashes : Here, you can see details of all the recent crashes.
chrome://credits : It’s a long list of technologies included in Chrome and their creators.
chrome://device-log : Device log shows a log of different device related events.
chrome://devices : It presents a list of different physical or virtual devices connected to Chrome. You also have the option to manage Google Cloud Print.
chrome://dns : Just in case prefetching is enabled in your web browser, this command loads the prefetched DNS records.
chrome://downloads : All your downloads are listed here.
chrome://extensions : This page lets you manage all the extensions installed in your web browser.
chrome://flags : Flags is the most interesting Chrome URL. Here, you can access different experimental features.
chrome://flash : You can find information about Flash plugin and Chrome-Flash integration.
chrome://gcm-internals : This page displays information about Google Cloud Messaging.
chrome://gpu : Here, you get to know about your video card and graphics feature status.
chrome://help : Just in case you need support or more information, it opens Google’s About page.
chrome://histograms : You can find all the details regarding Histograms here.
chrome://history : History shows the browsing history and option to clear browsing data.
chrome://indexeddb-internals : Here, you can see all storage instance of Chrome’s DB.
chrome://inspect : This option allows you inspect different elements like extensions and pages.
chrome://invalidations : It shows invalidations debug information.
chrome://local-state : Local state page lists all features and related information.
chrome://media-internals : While playing media, it shows media information.
chrome://nacl : It shows information about Chrome’s NaCl plugin.
chrome://net-internals : If you wish to see detailed network related information like SPDY, HSTS, HTTP/2, DNS, you need to visit this page.
chrome://network-errors : It shows the network error message.
chrome://newtab : It open a new tab.
chrome://omnibox : It shows Omnibar (search box) input results like search, shortcuts, and history.
chrome://password-manager-internals : This page stores all the password manager logs.
chrome://plugins : Google Chrome’s all installed plugins and related options are listed here.
chrome://policy : All the currently active policies are listed on this page.
chrome://predictors : Based on your previous activities, a list of auto-complete and resource predictions are shown on this page.
chrome://print : It’s Chrome’s print preview tab.
chrome://profiler : It shows the profile tracking data.
chrome://quota-internals : It shows you the data about available disk space for Chrome profile directory, and quota details.
chrome://serviceworker-internals : It lists all Service Workers register by your web browser. You are also given an option to unregister.
chrome://settings : It’s Google Chrome’s main settings page.
chrome://signin-internals : This page shows you Chrome’s account activity details, including last sign-in, access tokens etc.
chrome://suggestions : It hosts all suggestions shown at New Tab page.
chrome://supervised-user-internals : Shows you supervised user information.
chrome://sync-internals : If sync is enabled, this page lists all the details about it.
chrome://system : It shows you information about your computer’s operating system, Chrome version etc.
chrome://terms : It shows you Google Chrome usage terms and conditions.
chrome://thumbnails : Based on your browsing history, this pages hosts all top websites’ URLs, with and without their thumbnails.
chrome://tracing : If browsing history is enabled, it records your browsing history.
chrome://translate-internals : It shows you the translation preferences.
chrome://user-actions : Useful for debugging, it shows all the current user actions.
chrome://version : It displays detailed information about your Google Chrome web browser.
chrome://view-http-cache : It shows you all the websites that you’ve browsed in the past.
chrome://webrtc-internals : It creates a dump by downloading stats data and PeerConnection updates.
chrome://webrtc-logs : The recently captured WebRTC logs are listed here.
Google Chrome URLs for Debugging purposes:
The URLs I’m listing below can be used for debugging purposes. Unless you are a developer and you aren’t sure about them, avoid trying them out. Please note that opening on them can hang or crash your browser’s renderer.
chrome://crash : Simulates a crash of the current tab
chrome://kill : Kills the current tab
chrome://hang : Simulates a frozen tab
chrome://shorthang : Simulates a browser hang that lasts for a short time
chrome://gpucrash : Simulates a GPU crash
chrome://gpuhang : Simulates a hanged GPU
chrome://ppapiflashcrash : Simulates a PPAPI Flash crash
chrome://ppapiflashhang : Simulates a PPAPI Flash hang
chrome://quit/ : Quits Chrome browser
chrome://restart/ : Restarts Chrome browser
Please note that some of these Chrome URLs might not work for you.