When using Chrome browsing is similar to other browsers. However, there are some unique features of browsing in Chrome.
Chrome makes browsing the Web quick and easy. In this lesson, we'll talk about navigating to websites in Chrome. You'll also learn how use tabs, access your browsing history, and view your downloads.
If you don't have much experience using a web browser, you may want to check out our lesson on Using a Web Browser, which covers the basic points of Internet browsing in more detail.
Watch the video below to learn the basics of browsing in Chrome.
Some browsers use an address bar for navigating to websites and a search bar for conducting web searches. Google Chrome combines these two elements into one bar, known as the Omnibox. By integrating Google's search technology, the Omnibox offers suggestions for websites or potential web searches as you type, which makes navigating the Web faster and easier.
To the left of each suggestion in the Omnibox is a gray icon, which indicates the suggestion type.
Chrome uses three buttons for navigation in the top navigation bar: the Back, Forward, and Refresh buttons.