The keyboard function keys do not get the love they used, but depending on the app you are running, they can still be useful. Google Chrome has some interesting features behind your function buttons. They do.
|Function key||Base effect||Modifier|
|F1||Opens the Google Chrome Help Center in a new tab To do it all, you must first be in the Chrome Developer Elements panel (press In Chrome, press the F12 key or navigate to Tools> Developer Tools). If you press F2 there, the function "Edit as HTML" will be opened.||None|
|F3||Opens the "Search bar" in Chrome, which allows you to search for text on the current web page. Ctrl + F has the same function:||None|
Ctrl + F4 closes the tab that you are currently viewing.
Alt + F4 closes the entire Chrome window.
|F5||Reloads the current website.||Ctrl + F5 and Shift + F5 both load the current Web pages while ignoring cached content.|
|F6||Switches the focus between web page, bookmarks bar, and address bar.||None|
|F8||Stops and resumes script execution in the source area of the developer tools (see Tools> Developer Tools> Source Space)||None  F9||None||None|
|F10||Steps about the next function call when you are in the Source panel.||Shift + F10 opens your context menu. This has the same effect as clicking the right mouse button.|
|F11||Toggles full-screen mode on and off in a regular Chrome window. In the source area, F11 goes to the next function call.||None|
|F12||Opens the Chrome Developer Tools.||None|