Browsers and Mail List of Google Chrome URLs


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Google Chrome includes internal URLs for pages that can be used to provide additional information or change browser settings.

This tutorial will provide you with a reference list off all internal page URLs for Google Chrome.


You can copy and paste the Chrome page URLs below into the address bar of Google Chrome, and press Enter to open the page.




Chrome URLsDescription
chrome://aboutLists all internal URLs. Same as chrome://chrome-urls/
chrome://accessibilityInspect the representation of accessibility in Chrome and modify accessibility modes.
chrome://app-service-internalsShows available app services
chrome://appsLists all applications installed in Chrome.
chrome://autofill-internalsLists captured autofill logs.
chrome://blob-internalsLists blob data if available.
chrome://bluetooth-internalsProvides information on Bluetooth connectivity including available adapters, devices, and debug logs.
chrome://bookmarksLists all bookmarks.
chrome://componentsInstalled plugins and components.
chrome://conflictsThe page lists all modules loaded in the browser and rendered processes, and modules registered to load at a later point in time.
chrome://connectors-internalsList of displayable enterprise connectors.
chrome://conversion-internalsAttribution Reporting API Internals
chrome://crashesLists all recently reported crashes. Includes option to clear the listing.
chrome://creditsLists credits for various components and features that Chrome uses.
chrome://data-viewerLinked to diagnostic data.
chrome://device-logProvides device information, e.g. events of Bluetooth or USB devices.
chrome://dinoPlay Dino.
chrome://discardsTabs may be discarded by the browser, e.g. to free up memory. The page lists those tabs and related information.
chrome://download-internalsDisplays the download status, and provides options to start a download.
chrome://downloadsOpens the internal downloads management page listing all downloads of Chrome.
chrome://chrome-urlsLists all internal URLs. Same as chrome://about
chrome://extensionsLists all installed extensions and their status.
chrome://flagsOpens a page full of experimental features that may be managed from that page.
chrome://floc-internalsThe user-tracking FLoC technology status and options.
chrome://gcm-internalsGoogle Cloud Messaging Service options
chrome://gpuProvides detailed information about the capabilities of the graphics adapter as well as driver bug workarounds and potential problems.
chrome://helpDisplays the current version of Chrome and runs a check for updates.
chrome://histogramsStats accumulated from browser startup to previous page load.
chrome://historyOpens the browsing history.
chrome://indexeddb-internalsInformation about the use of IndexedDB by sites.
chrome://inspectConfigure port forwarding for USB devices and configure network targets.
chrome://interstitialsThe page displays various interstitial pages that Chrome displays, e.g. when it detects a captive portal, on SSL errors, or when you are encountering lookalike URLs
chrome://invalidationsLists invalidations debug information.
chrome://local-stateJSON data that lists browser features and policies, and their status.
chrome://managementPage is only active if Chrome is managed by a company or organization.
chrome://media-engagementLists media engagement values, and displays sessions.
chrome://media-internalsProvides media information
chrome://naclDisplays NaCl (Native Client) information.
chrome://net-exportOption to capture a network log.
chrome://net-internals/#dnsClear host cache.
chrome://net-internals/#hstsManage domain security policy settings.
chrome://net-internals/#proxyRe-apply proxy settings, or clear bad proxies
chrome://net-internals/#socketsClose idle sockets, and/or flush socket pools
chrome://network-errorsLists all available network errors that Chrome may throw
chrome://new-tab-pageOpens Google New Tab page.
chrome://new-tab-page-third-partyOpens a custom New Tab page if it is configured.
chrome://newtabOpens default New Tab page.
chrome://ntp-tiles-internalsProvides information on New Tab Page data, e.g. whether Top Sites is enabled, the list of sites, and more.
chrome://omniboxDisplays address bar input results on the page.
chrome://password-manager-internalsProvides internal information on the password manager in Chrome.
chrome://policyLists policies that are set in Chrome. Option to export to JSON.
chrome://predictorsLists auto-complete and resource prefetch predictors.
chrome://prefs-internalsJSON data listing preferences and their status.
chrome://printPrint Preview page.
chrome://process-internalsInformation about site isolation mode and the sites that are isolated.
chrome://quota-internalsDisk quota information including available free disk space for the profile directory.
chrome://safe-browsingConfiguration details for the safe browsing security feature.
chrome://sandboxDetailed sandbox status for Chrome processes.
chrome://serviceworker-internalsService Worker information.
chrome://settingsOpens the main Settings page of the browser.
chrome://signin-internalsDetails about the sign-in status, refresh tokens, email addresses and more.
chrome://site-engagementSite engagement scores for every visited site.
chrome://sync-internalsProvides lots of information about synchronization in Chrome.
chrome://systemSystem information, e.g. Chrome and Windows version, whether enrolled to domain, and more.
chrome://termsLicense Terms
chrome://tracingRecord, load, and save trace data.
chrome://translate-internalsProvides information on the built-in translation functionality.
chrome://ukmMetric collection.
chrome://usb-internalsOption to test USB devices and a devices list.
chrome://user-actionsLists user actions.
chrome://versionChrome version information including command line parameters and variations (experiments).
chrome://web-app-internalsInstalled app details in JSON format.
chrome://webrtc-internalsCreate WebRTC dumps.
chrome://webrtc-logsLists of recently captured WebRTC text and event logs.
chrome://whats-newShows the most recent additions to the browser.


 List of chrome://internals pages

  • chrome://internals/session-service


 For Debug

The following pages are for debugging purposes only for simulating web page errors. Because they crash or hang the renderer, you can copy and paste them into the address bar if you need them.
  • chrome://badcastcrash/
  • chrome://inducebrowsercrashforrealz/
  • chrome://crash/
  • chrome://crashdump/
  • chrome://kill/
  • chrome://hang/
  • chrome://shorthang/
  • chrome://gpuclean/
  • chrome://gpucrash/
  • chrome://gpuhang/
  • chrome://memory-exhaust/
  • chrome://memory-pressure-critical/
  • chrome://memory-pressure-moderate/
  • chrome://inducebrowserheapcorruption/
  • chrome://heapcorruptioncrash/
  • chrome://quit/
  • chrome://restart/



That's it,
Shawn Brink


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