Google Chrome Setting URLs

Written by Eric Wyatt (last updated May 31, 2021)

Previously I shared a list of Edge Chromium Setting URLs. As discussed in that article, the new Edge browser is built on the Chromium open-source engine that Google's Chrome browser is also built on. The Chromium engine allows for access to browser settings within the browser itself without the need to open a dialog box or drop-down window. Google's Chrome browser allows for many of the same URL shortcuts listed in the previously mentioned article, but all you need to do is to replace "Edge" with "Chrome" (without the quotes.) Simply enter the URL for the settings section you want to access in the address bar and then press Enter.

Shortcut URL Go to Settings
chrome://about List all Chrome URLs
chrome://accessibility Enable native accessibility API support for web content like screen reader
chrome://appcache-internals Show location of Chrome cache instances
chrome://apps Show Google apps like Web Store, YouTube, Gmail, etc.
chrome://blob-internals Show Binary Large Objects (blob) internal storage data
chrome://bluetooth-internals Show Bluetooth device details
chrome://bookmarks Show Chrome bookmarks
chrome://chrome Go to settings help to view version and update Chrome
chrome://chrome-urls Show list of Chrome command URLs
chrome://components List all components and optionally check for updates
chrome://crashes View all previous crashes
chrome://credits List license and homepage details for all Chrome components
chrome://device-log Monitor the available device details; you can add parameter to this URL to auto-refresh and monitor the connected devices
chrome://devices View available devices connected in the network; you should login to your Google account to view devices
chrome://dino Play T-rex dinosaur game displayed generally during no internet connection
chrome://discards Discard any of the opened tabs
chrome://dns Show DNS details that will be prefetched during startup
chrome://download-internals Monitor downloads and status
chrome://downloads View all downloaded files
chrome://extensions View list of all installed extensions
chrome://flags Show all experimental features
chrome://flash View Flash player plugin details
chrome://gcm-internals Google Cloud Messaging (GCM) monitoring
chrome://gpu View details of Graphics Processing Unit (GPU)
chrome://help View version and update Chrome
chrome://histograms Historical status from startup of Chrome
chrome://history View all browsing history
chrome://indexeddb-internals Show indexedDB storage details
chrome://inspect Inspect with Chrome developer tools
chrome://interventions-internals Control preview allowed and blacklist
chrome://invalidations Invalidations debug information
chrome://local-state Technical details of Chrome features and enabled state
chrome://media-engagement Media engagement settings and details
chrome://media-internals Show players, audio and video device details
chrome://memory-exhaust/ Exhaust memory and show Aw! Snap! page
chrome://nacl About Chrome Native Client (NaCl)
chrome://net-export Network log export
chrome://net-internals Show all network events
chrome://network-errors List of all network errors shown in Chrome
chrome://newtab Open Chrome "New Tab" into current tab
chrome://ntp-tiles-internals View sites shown on Chrome New Tab Page (NTP)
chrome://omnibox Test Chrome omnibox search
chrome://password-manager-internals Password manager logs
chrome://policy View Chrome policies
chrome://predictors View auto complete and resource prefetch details
chrome://print Chrome print screen
chrome://quit/ Close Chrome
chrome://quota-internals View statistics of usage and quota by viewed sites
chrome://restart/ Restart Chrome
chrome://safe-browsing View safe browsing page details
chrome://serviceworker-internals Details of service worker script
chrome://settings Go to Chrome settings page
chrome://signin-internals Chrome sign-in details
chrome://site-engagement Details of engagement of all viewed sites
chrome://suggestions Show recommended suggestions
chrome://supervised-user-internals Supervised user account details
chrome://sync-internals Sync details with your Google account; if summary is ready then account is in sync
chrome://system Check system details like OS version, memory usage, and installed Chrome extensions
chrome://taskscheduler-internals Task scheduler details
chrome://terms Google Chrome terms of service
chrome://thumbnails View thumbnails of top sites shown in New Tab page
chrome://tracing Record tracing log
chrome://translate-internals Language translation settings
chrome://usb-internals Test USB device
chrome://user-actions List all user actions
chrome://version View Chrome version
chrome://webrtc-internals Show current Real Time Communications (RTC)
chrome://webrtc-logs Real Time Communications (RTC) logs

These settings URLs within Google Chrome will allow you to access the browser settings you wish to modify or provide handy (and many times esoteric) information about the browser.

 This tip (13866) applies to Windows 10.

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