Google Chrome You can make the most of Chrome when you work or browse at home. You can use Chrome remote desktop, translate webpages, and switch between user profiles. Here are some resources to help you get started:
Learn the basics
- Download & install Google Chrome: Install Chrome on your computer or mobile device to browse.
- Share Chrome with others: Create profiles to share a computer with multiple people and keep your accounts, like work and personal, separate.
- Use your camera and microphone: Use and fix problems with your camera and microphone for different sites on Chrome.
- Download a file: Open and save files, like documents, PDFs, images, and media.
- Use Chrome with accessibility extensions: Make Chrome easier to use by installing accessibility extensions.
Improve your productivity
- Use tabs in Chrome: Open, view, and organize your tabs in Google Chrome. You can also customize your new tab page with a custom background image or your site shortcuts.
- Use Chrome keyboard shortcuts: Learn popular shortcuts to complete tasks more quickly.
- Browse Chrome in Dark mode or Dark theme: Turn on Dark mode or Dark theme to make your homepage, toolbar, settings, and other pages dark.
- Access another computer with Chrome Remote Desktop: Use a computer or mobile device to access files and applications on another computer over the Internet with Chrome Remote Desktop.
- Change Chrome languages & translate webpages: Change the language Chrome uses and have Chrome translate webpages for you.
- Get your bookmarks, passwords & more on all your devices: Turn on sync to share your settings and info between your devices.
Find help for common problems
- Fix connection errors: Try these fixes if you get an error message when you visit a website.
- Fix file download errors: Try these fixes if you get an error message on Chrome when you try to download apps, themes, extensions, or other files.
- Fix ‘Aw, Snap!’ page crashes and other page loading errors: Try these fixes if you get the “Aw, Snap” error or another error code instead of a webpage.
- Check if a site’s connection is secure: Check security info or Chrome alerts to see if a website is safe to visit.