Common Web Browser Commands
These days, most web browsers share some common commands, some of which you might be familiar with already. The following commands work in all browsers.
Return to the previous page: Click the Back button or press Alt+la.
Reload the current page: Press Ctrl+R or click Reload or Refresh.
Go directly to a website: Type an address into the Address box and press Enter. (You can leave off the http://. Most, of the time, you can leave off the www., too.) Press F6 to move the cursor into the Address box.
Open a new tab in the browser window: Press Ctrl+T. Or, Ctrl+click a link to open it in a new tab.
Close the current tab: Press Ctrl+W.
Display the next tab: Press Ctrl+Tab.
Open a new browser window: Press Ctrl+N.
Enter or exit Full Screen mode: Press F11.
Save an image on a web page: Right-click the image (Command+click on a Mac) and choose Save Image As or Save Picture As.
Print the web page: Press Ctrl+P.