Chrome - Drag the little globe from the Google Chrome address bar to another browser to open the page in that browser.
/via Carlos Arellano
Chrome - Cmd-1 is the first tab, Cmd-2 is the second tab etc… but Cmd-9 is always the last tab.
/via Mike Cannon-Brookes
Chrome - When a tab in Chrome has updated content, a light gradient moves from right to left on the tab. Keep your eye on the upper left of the video.
/via Tim Banks
Chrome - Status bar shift down with the cursor when it is hovering a link near the bottom of the page. After a few seconds its hows the entire URL.
Chrome - After you copy a URL from the navigation bar, it automatically adds http:// in front of it when you paste it somewhere else.
Tweetdeck for Chrome - Toggle between full and shortened URL’s by clicking on the link.
/via Miguel de Leon
Chrome - Marks the position of cmd-F search matches on the scrollbar.
/via Saul Cozens
Chrome - When closing tabs in chrome, the position of the close button remains the same on both sides.