50+ Google Chrome URLs and Their Use– Chrome Internal Pages

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Google Chrome URLs / Chrome Internal Pages / Chrome Secret Pages:- Be it a browser service, or the Webstore, Google Chrome is everyone’s first go-to place on the web on their smartphones and PCs.

As users continue using this comprehensive search tool, Google Chrome continues to grow to serve according to expectations. General users to Geeks, Chrome ranks top at the table, assisting everyone rightly.

So, if you come across a new update or added feature on Chrome, it’s pretty usual. Features are what make an App remarkable and worth experiencing. There are many hidden features that only a few can access since you can only access them by putting the right URLs in the Chrome search box.

So I’ve put some amazing ones on the List of Google Chrome URLs and Their Use because you should know what every URL is meant for.   

What are Chrome URL Used for?

The purpose of creating a Chrome URL is to give users access to troubleshooting small issues that can be handled at their end. Simple as that. You can also explore some cool features that have been unnoticed till now. Without further ado, let’s dive into the repository of Chrome URLs that can help you manage bug fixes and issues.

Chrome URLs and Use

Google Chrome URLs and Their Purpose

You can find the purpose of every URL against it and try to find the hidden features. You’ll find a separate list of Chrome URLs that are used for debugging purposes. That said, these URLs are used only at the developer level. So, try them only if you are aware of developer-level programming and debugging.

chrome://about

This is where you can find all the internal URLs in Chrome. If you want to list all the updated URLs, type this command into the address bar.

chrome://accessibility

You can check for all the accessibility settings for the open or closed tabs in the Chrome browser. These settings are disabled by default, but if you want to help another user with physical difficulties, you must find these settings using the URL mentioned above.

chrome://appcache-internals

Using this URL, you can find out which apps have stored space in the cache of Google Chrome. If you find some irrelevant apps, clear cache and consider saving some space.

chrome://apps

This URL displays all the pre-installed web apps such as Google services, YouTube, Maps, etc. on your browser. If you have recently added an app, it will show up here.

chrome://blob-internals

This URL lists all the blobs (Binary Large Objects) stored on Chrome. These objects are usually used to store large images and videos.

chrome://bluetooth-internals

It lets you detect whether your PC has Bluetooth functionality including the Bluetooth-enabled devices currently connected to the PC.

chrome://bookmarks

If you have a vast list of Bookmarks saved on Chrome. Not all the bookmarks can accommodate in the settings; that’s why I consider it’s a remarkable feature to list all of them.

chrome://chrome

This URL will take you to the settings where you can customize all the user and advanced-level settings. It’s a step less than what I have been doing till now.

chrome://chrome-urls

It’s akin to chrome://about URL using which you can list all the other chrome URLs.

chrome://components

Use this URL to list all the Chrome Components required by Chrome to function properly. The components added as plugins to the Chrome Browser are all listed here.

chrome://conflicts

This command displays the log of conflicts between the PC and Google Chrome. A little error or difference in the time zone would show up here in this category.

chrome://crashes

This command generally contains a log of all the crash reports generated by Chrome during its use. All the crashes occurring in Chrome are automatically sent to Google so it can debug the problems.

chrome://credits

This URL lists all the developers who have contributed to making Chrome a masterpiece.

chrome://device-log

Using this command you can see events related to all the devices that have previously or connected to your PC such as Bluetooth, USB, or even network devices.

chrome://devices

All the devices that are compatible with your PC are displayed here after establishing a successful connection.

chrome://download-internals

This feature is really helpful to developers as they can download the required components so they can test their apps and websites on different platforms.

chrome://downloads

This command open the chrome download manager. You can also access it from Chrome menu.

chrome://extensions

This command is direct way to get access to the Chrome extensions page. This URL will display all the extensions installed on your browser and you can remove or disable any of them as you like.

chrome://gpu

This URL focuses on the use of your Graphical Processing Unit as you can see the websites that have used your GPU. Furthermore, it also gives you detail about your own PC’s GPU APIs.

chrome://help

You can type this command to see if there is any latest update available.

chrome://history

This command will show you the browsing history. You can simply do it by pressing Ctrl+H keys which I guess, is quite an easy option compared to typing a URL.

chrome://indexeddb-internals

All the websites which have created a local DB storing different information and BLOB in your browser are listed by this command.

chrome://inspect

You can validate Chrome’s performance using the tools displayed by this URL. You can inspect several sections such as connected extensions, devices, pages, and apps.

chrome://interstitials

This URL displays all the pages that are related security whenever you try to access suspicious websites or web pages.

chrome://interventions-internals

Developers can get all the details related to internal flags, network-related errors, blocklist status, and intervention logs.

chrome://invalidations

This URL provides debugging information about different service handlers to developers so they can fix a given issue.

chrome://local-state

This command take you to the page where all the local information related to Google Chrome is accessible.

chrome://media-engagement

Using this command, you can see which websites have played media in the background for how many times and how long.

chrome://media-internals

This URL lists all the media devices connected to the PC be it a webcam, speaker, or microphone.

chrome://net-export

It lets developers export log of Chrome’s network activity. It can be used to find all the illegitimate outbound connections which were established with the PC.

chrome://net-internals

With the help of this command you can access different network settings like Proxy servers, DNS, Domains, Sockets, or Security Policy. This command is quite convenient as the features that are listed on the landed page are not easily available.

chrome://network-error

This URL displays the response page of Chrome whenever the web address is found.

chrome://network-errors

You’ll get to the repository of the response pages using this command whenever you face a network error while browsing. Say, Error 404 or 503, click on one and you’ll see the response page.

chrome://newtab

Use it to open a New Tab or you can best use CTRL+T shortcut to save your time.

chrome://ntp-tiles-internals

This URL shows the top websites on the homepage of Google Chrome Browser with their respective URLs and Favicon address. You can also add or replace top websites with your custom address as well.

chrome://password-manager-internals

It shows logs of password manager in Chrome.

chrome://policy

This URL shows all the user and security policies running on Google Chrome.

chrome://predictors

In coding language, the technology is termed as intelisense. This is URL lists all the possible key strings that can be used to predict the query your search on the internet.  

chrome://print

Typing this URL will open Chrome’s default Print setting where you can set the print layout, save a web page in a printable format to Google Drive.

chrome://process-internals

This command lists all the processes currently run by websites and extensions on your Chrome Browser. You can only view these processes in General as well as a frame tree.

chrome://quota-internals

This command shows the storage available on the system and also shows all the websites which have stored local data on your PC.

chrome://safe-browsing

This command displays a page where chrome keeps a log of safety-related information whether it’s malware or suspicious websites.

chrome://serviceworker-internals

Most websites use javascript which require to store the same on your chrome browser. You can manage which scripts to allow or block based on how untrustworthy a website is.

chrome://settings

You can directly go to Chrome settings by typing this URL in the address bar and bookmark this page for future use.

chrome://signin-internals

This is where you’ll see sign-in information related to all the Chrome accounts.

chrome://site-engagement

This URL is helpful to find the websites you spend most of the time with.

chrome://supervised-user-internals

This URL is pretty helpful to concerned parents as it displays information about a user. The search pattern and information lets you identify the age of user. So, if your kids stealthily browses on Google Chrome for inappropriate content, you can probably know it.

chrome://system

If you don’t know the way to look into your system settings, this URL can help you find the configuration details about your computer. Do try it.

chrome://usb-internals

This command lists all the USB devices connected to your PC.

Extra: List of Google Chrome URLs for Debugging Purpose

These are also a few Chrome URLs which you can use to debug Google Chrome. Many URLs are not functioning except a few.

  • chrome://gpuclean: To clear the old GPU configuration and reset it.
  • chrome://quit: It closes all the tabs and exits without any prompt.
  • chrome://restart: To restart Chrome instantly.
  • chrome://crash/: To crash Chrome instantly.
  • chrome://kill/: To kill the current tab.
  • chrome://hang/: to freeze a tab.
  • chrome://shorthang/: to freeze a browser for a short period.
  • chrome://gpucrash/: To crash GPU
  • chrome://memory-exhaust: to render Chrome Browser out of memory.

The Bottom Line

I have covered every Google Chrome URL that a non-developer can use and explore further. Many of them are interesting and would save you time and effort. Keeping in mind that not all of the URLs are useful for general users, I have mentioned each significant one on the List of Google Chrome URLs and Their Use here.

Make sure to test every command on your Google Chrome before you try one seriously. I recommend you close something important before typing these URLs and do something that could hand you regret.

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