9 Unknown Google Features
This is something unique you must not be knowing. Yes, you can use google search bar for fast calculation. Just type in search bar 12*50 and wait a sec. The result will come up automatically.
2. Google Chrome Task Manager
We all know that Ctrl+Alt+Delete brings up Windows task manager. But only some of us know that Google Chrome has its own task manager.
Chrome treats each tab as a separate process so if just one of them starts causing a problem, instead of closing the entire browser, you can just kill the offending tab.
You can access it through Tools > Task Manager or by pressing Shift+Esc.
3. Convert Web Page To PDF Document
STEP 1:Open Google Chrome browser.
STEP 2:Press ctrl+p on your key board(command+p).
STEP 3:Click on change.
STEP 4:And then click on "Save as pdf"
STEP 5:Click on save.
4. Use Google As Proxy
If your school or office stops you from visiting certain sites, just use type "cache:WEBSITENAME.com" into the search box and avoid the block. It's that easy.
5. Find The Best And Cheapest Flight
Google Flight Search allows us to quickly access to information from various airline and travel sites in one place. It shares many of the same features as the other sites such as airline comparisons, rate monitoring, and price trends. Its lacks ads and straightforward approach. For example, if you're flexible with your travel dates, the ticket prices are listed day-by-day on the calendar. Go to Google Flight Search.
6. Build Stuff With Legos
When you become bore of your work, Google has something interesting for you. Legos is puzzles and building blocks game. And if you have small kids in the house, show them this. They’ll love it.
The free online Lego builder browser extension works with Chrome and Firefox, and allows you to build models out of Legos. The models are saved to the cloud, where you can share them and see models that others have created.
7. Keep Track Of Time
Google helps us to stay on schedule by easily allowing us to set timer just by typing "Set a timer for [x] minutes," and Google will pop up a timer. There’s a handy stopwatch to the right of the timer window.
If you to know in advance how much time it take to reach to particular destination just type "How long does it take to get to [destination]?" Google provides the approximate drive time including any road construction or delays. It also shows time to reach to other planets.
8. Count Calories
When you're wondering how many calories are in a particular meal, type, "How many calories does [food item] have?" and Google will tell you the answer. It also includes details such as portion sizes, and additional ingredients that are factored in to the overall calorie count. It can also be used to compare the calorie count of different foods.
9. Explore The Sky
With Google now you can step off of our planet and into the universe with Google Sky.
Instead of searching locations on this planet, you look at outer space using images from different telescopes, probes and satellites. It works similarly to Google Earth. You can search for items in the search bar at the top and Google Sky will show you the most recent images of the stars, planets and galaxies you are looking for.
The tool also includes showcases at the bottom of the page to direct you to popular and interesting parts of the map, like images from the Hubble Telescope and shots of our own Solar System.
In addition to the basic map, you can look at infrared and microwave images of space. You can also look at a historic map of the stars made by Giovanni Maria Cassini in 1792! For fun, overlay these different images on top of one another to see how they compare.