It's surprising (at least for me) how many people still don't know about the wonders of keyboard shortcuts, but they really do make life easier.
So we thought it would be a great idea to look at some of the more useful shortcuts for your web browser. Whether you're using Firefox, Chrome or Opera, almost all of these browsers are supported.
|Open a new tab||Ctrl + T|
|Close a new tab||Ctrl + W|
|Switch tabs||Ctrl + Tab, Ctrl + Shift + Tab|
|Open link in new tab||Ctrl + left click, mousewheel click|
|Open last closed tab||Ctrl + Shift + T|
|Open tab in Incognito/Stealth mode||Ctrl + Shift + N|
|Scroll horizontally||Shift + mousewheel up or down|
|Increase/Decrease font size||Ctrl + mousewheel up or down|
|Save bookmark||Ctrl + D|
|Jump to next text field/box||Tab, Shift + Tab|
|Copy, Cut, Paste text||Ctrl + C, Ctrl + X, Ctrl + V|
|View browsing history||Ctrl + H|
|Download link||Ctrl + left mouse click|
|Go to homepage||Alt + Home|
|Open Chrome task manager||Shift + Escape|
|Jump to address bar||Ctrl + L|
|Go to beginning, end of page||Home, End|
|Stop webpage loading||Esc|
|Activate full-screen mode||F11|
|Show downloads page||Ctrl + J|
|Find word/phrase in page||Ctrl + F|
Are there any web browser shortcuts you use on a regular basis? Let us know!