How to get the URL of the current tab in Google Chrome?

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It is very tiring to hover the mouse to the url section of the browser and then click on the link and then copy it and then use it for one's purpose. I tried searching on google but didn't get a relevant answer. So can someone help me with this?

Thank you in advance.
Dec 21, 2018 in Others by Jino
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There are different ways of doing this:-

You can use Ctrl + L ; Ctrl + C. This is valid for all the browser I have used.

You can also use F6; Ctrl + C this is working with chrome.

You can use F4; Ctrl + C. This is working with Firefox.

You can use Chrome Extension for creating new shortcuts : ShortKeys

answered Dec 21, 2018 by Nabarupa

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