Here are a few of our favorites: Like all good open source software, Chrome comes with a long list of "startup switches"—that is, parameters you can use when you launch the program to customize its behavior.
Despite its marketing as a minimalistic browser that forgoes all the extras, Chrome's interface actually sports quite a few useful features.
Here are a few that will speed up your browsing with the mouse even more: If you're not much for the mouse, you're in luck: Google Chrome has lots of built-in keyboard shortcuts, many of which mirror Firefox's—so you don't have to retrain your fingers.
Tweak the number of suggestions the address bar offers.
Increase or reduce the number of suggestions in the address bar drop-down using the .
[via The How-To Geek]Create and maintain multiple user profiles.
Since Chrome learns so much from your usage patterns, you might want to create more than one user personality based on the task at hand.