Search a site from anywhere
If you visit a website that has a search box, such as Amazon, Chrome learns how the sites search works and adds the site automatically as a search option.
To try it, typo amazon.co.uk kitchen roll into Chrome. Instead of pressing Enter,which will make Chrome search Google, press Tab. You'll see that 'Amazon.co.uk'
Now press Enter, and you'll be taken to the Amazon website, with the search results for your term. In our case, the page listing kitcen rolls.
Use Chrome's Task Manager
Chrome has its own built-in Task Manager, which you can use to shut down websites that have stopped responding. To launch this useful tool, either press Shift+Esc
or open the menu, click More Tools and select Task Manager. Websites are listed in the Task Manager with the word 'Tab' at the start, but you can alos see Plugin and Apps,
which run in the blackground. Select the tab that isn't responding and click End Process to shut it down.
Stop background music
There's nothing more annoying than having lots of tabs open, only for one noisy website to start playing music or a video. Fortunately, Google provides an easy way to
stop the racket.
If sound starts coming out of your computer's speakers, cast your eye across the row of Tabs until you see the one (or more) with a speakers icon. These are the Tabs that are
making noise. Right-click any you want to silence and select Mute Tab from the menu. repeat as necessary to reclaim your peace and quiet.