Chrome is the most popular browser in the world for now. There are lot of settings which we don't know and they can be very useful in daily use especially for smartphones.
Following are some settings, which I use and want to share with you people (mobile as well as desktop):
One of the most interesting lesser known feature in Chrome that would help many users is the support for parallel downloading. If you used Internet Download Manager (IDM), you can guess what parallel downloading is.
It means Chrome can establish multiple connections to download one file in parts. It surely increases your overall download speed when you will compared to regular download.
To achieve it you need to follow these instructions:
If you want to have the most used Chrome actions within the reach of your thumb, then you should use this feature. Chrome duet places it's address bar on the top, and the bottom bar will now shows home, search, tabs, and menu buttons all within your quick reach.
To use this feature you should enable it:
History Navigation with Gesture:
Do you love using gestures? If yes, then this feature of chrome can be very useful while browsing across web pages in chrome.
This allows us to forward and go back in history by using gestures.
Swipe from the right to go forward and Swipe from the left to go back in history. The main idea behind this gesture based navigation options is that it provides us with one-hand control over the process. It is quite neat and reliable, letting us easily go back one page to where they were before to browse/check something, then move forward again. It makes navigation quite easier.
To enable it you need to follow the instructions: