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Search using the Address Bar (omnibox)
The address bar (sometimes called the "omnibox") not only doubles as a search box, but can also be used to provide you with a lot of other useful information.
search Search the web
Simply type your search term in the address bar and press Enter to see results from your default search engine. You can also use it to search specific sites.
Search and browse the web faster by trying the Instant feature for the address bar. With Instant enabled, search results and webpages appear as you type in the address bar, even before you press Enter. If you don't see the results you want, just keep typing and the results dynamically update.
predicted sites Search for bookmarks, browsing history, and related items
When you type in the address bar, it automatically shows you matches from your bookmarks and browsing history.
bookmark appears next to bookmarked sites.
search appears next to searches, including related searches if you have the prediction service turned on. Blank page icon appears next to matches from your browsing history, or related sites when you have the prediction service turned on. bookmark Create bookmarks
Clickstar icon at the right end of the addresss bar to create a bookmark.
lock icon See alerts for the page you're on
lock iconappears next to the address bar if Google Chrome detects the page you're on is properly encrypted for you security. skull icon appears next to the address bar if Google Chrome cannot verify the security of the page you're visiting. pop-up alert appears in the address bar whenever the browser blocks pops-ups. Click the icon to see the pop-ups that have been blocked or to manage pop-up settings for the site. How helpful is this article:
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