Who Should Read This
- People who want Chrome's bookmarks bar to be visible at all times.
- Anyone having trouble finding the bookmarks bar in Chrome.
Google Chrome's bookmarks bar is displayed with only "new tabs" in its default state as shown in the following image.
This article will detail how to keep such a Google Chrome bookmarks bar visible at all times.
Use keyboard shortcuts.
Using keyboard shortcuts is the easiest and quickest way to bring up the Google Chrome bookmarks bar.
With Google Chrome as the active window, press [Ctrl]+[Shift]+[B] on the keyboard.
An active window is a window that is displayed at the very front of the PC screen and can be operated.
Conversely, a window that is not at the front of the screen and cannot be operated is called an inactive window.
Press [Ctrl]+[Shift]+[B] on the keyboard to display the bookmark bar on all pages except "New Tab".
With Google Chrome again as the active window, pressing [Ctrl]+[Shift]+[B] on the keyboard will hide the bookmark bar and it will not appear except in "New Tab".
Use mouse operation.
Since it is unlikely that the bookmark bar will be shown or hidden frequently, you may change the setting with a mouse operation.
This article details how to make the bookmark bar always visible with mouse operation.
First, start Google Chrome and click [︙] in the upper right corner.
Click [︙] to expand the menu downwards.
Click [Bookmarks] in the expanded menu.
Then click on "Show Bookmarks Bar" and check the box.
Check the "Show Bookmarks Bar" to display the bookmark bar on all pages except "New Tab".
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