Internal Google Chrome URLs for configuration and analysis

Internal Google Chrome URLs for configuration and analysis

Currently, in today’s browsers we have at our disposal a series of configuration options that will be more than enough for an average user, but through local URLs, the rest of the users can access more information and configure other aspects that otherwise would not be possible, among other things, the experimental functions that they may carry within them. In this post we are going to list some of the local URLs with which to get more out of Google Chrome, accessing more information about our browser and configuring other options: chrome: // appcache-internals This option shows us all the data referring to the cache that our browser occupies, being able not only to delete it but also to know how much cache a certain web application occupies. chrome: // blob-internals Binary Large Objects (BLOB) Analytics chrome: // chrome-urls and chrome: // about and about: about It offers us a list with all the local URLs of Google Chrome chrome: // crashes Provides reports of errors produced, if the sending of error information is activated. chrome: // credits It shows the basic information of Google Chrome, where we can know its license, access its official website and even know external characteristics. chrome: // dns This URL shows the URLs of the DNS that pre-load in the next startup of the application chrome: // flags It introduces us to the experimental public functions chrome: // flash It offers us information about the Flash version installed, the graphics card that we have and the driver version. chrome: // gpu-internals Hardware acceleration information, installed driver, GPU / display features, and support chrome: // histograms Metric functions chrome: // net-internals Provides information about browser connectivity, such as connections to Google SPDY servers, the browser’s http cache, http throttling support, etc. chrome: // plugins Shows all plugins that are installed and working chrome: // settings Access the configuration options chrome: // sync-internals and chrome: // sync Provides detailed information on the progress of data synchronization in the background chrome: // tcmalloc Statistics of the reload of the most recent page. chrome: // terms Terms of use chrome: // version Browser version along with basic engine information, including V8 and Webkit versions. chrome: // conflicts All modules loaded by Chrome chrome: // crash and chrome: // kill Faults in the current tab (for correction) chrome: // hang and chrome: // shorthang Small hangs or crashes of the current tab (for correction) Goes: TheChromeSource