27 Google Chrome Tips (and Alfred3)

Fast Company has a good article up about how to use Chrome.

These days, a browser is more than just a basic navigator for the web. It’s effectively a second desktop—a gateway to countless apps, sites, and services. And optimizing that environment can go a long way in increasing your efficiency.

Google’s Chrome in particular is full of hidden shortcuts, features, and power-user possibilities. Take the time to learn these tips, and watch your productivity soar.

(Note that most of the tips here are specific to the desktop versions of Chrome for Windows PCs and Macs and may not apply to the browser’s mobile variants.)
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Many of the tips relate to searching with Chrome.


Another option to consider if you're using a Mac is the amazing Alfred3 by Running with Crayons. A great app that effectively replaces Spotlight. For the Social Security disability attorney, you can create custom searches of the POMS, HALLEX, the Federal Register, the SCO and cases within your particular federal circuit or district courts.

Alfred3 does a lot more than that, and it's well worth the effort to master its many features.