18 Cool Internet Tricks You Didn’t Know Existed
Use “Cmnd + Shift + T” on a Mac. Works in Chrome and Firefox.
In Chrome at least.
Reverse image search made simple, in Chrome and Firefox.
Pressing “shift” produces .net and “shift/ctrl” is .org. Try it yourself! (Chrome/Firefox/Opera).
Mac users, hold down “Apple Key/Command”.
Handy! (All browsers).
Non-Americans can visit www.google.com/ncr to get the un-redirected homepage.
Incognito browsing won’t show up in your history. Which is useful for, you know, incognito things… (Mac users press “Command + Shift + N”). Also works in Opera. Works in Firefox by pressing “Ctrl/Command + Shift + P”.
Go to facebook.com/settings, click “video” on the left tool bar, then select “Off”. Auto-play video be gone!
On an email, click “More” and then “Mute” to make reply-allpocalypses history.
Just google their name + Bacon number. Challenge: Try and find someone with a Bacon number above “2”.
Google search for “google in 1998” to see the original homepage.
Google “do a barrel roll”. Because why not. While you’re at it, try googling “tilt”, “recursion”, and “anagram”. (Chrome/Firefox).
Search for “Atari Breakout” in Google Images. Enjoy! (All browsers).
Google “zerg rush”, and try and stop the “o” invasion. A Zerg Rush is an overwhelming attack in a video game. More fun than it sounds. (Chrome/Firefox/Safari).
Go to daskeyboard.com, click “destroy this site” at the bottom of the page, and blow the page to pieces, Space Invaders style! (All browsers).