Google will finally add keyboard shortcuts to the Windows version of the Chrome browser to rearrange tabs. This feature has been available on Linux and macOS for years, and now it’s expected to arrive in Chrome for Windows.
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In the latest update of Chrome Canary 102, dedicated shortcuts for moving tabs on the tab bar appeared. Users can press Ctrl + Shift + Page Up/Down to move the current page left or right.
Users could also use some shortcut keys before, such as pressing Ctrl + Page Up / Down to switch between tabs, Ctrl + W to close a page, or Ctrl + T to open a new page, and shortcuts to move tabs Keys are newly added.
In addition, Google is also working on other improvements and features for Chrome. For example, the Chrome browser will allow adding annotations to web pages and store those annotations in a dedicated sidebar. The latest Chrome Canary version already allows users to access web notes alongside bookmarks and reading lists.
Currently, Chrome remains the most popular browser with a market share of over 67%. Microsoft Edge is the closest competitor to Chrome in the desktop market, coming in behind with a 9.65 percent share.