"But there are several useful keyboard shortcuts without an easy corresponding mouse action ...Saves an existing page as a bookmark...Reopens a closed tab"
The activities described above are ones I engage in daily.
I've never liked memorizing things; that's what I have a computer for. One reason I like Firefox is the ability to customize the toolbar with mouse-clickable icons for most features, and the ability to position them where I want. I don't have to memorize any keystrokes when there are icons right in front of me.
Maybe I'm the only guy left on the planet willing to sacrifice a bit of vertical screen space for a toolbar. But if I am, am I going to be unhappy trying to use Chrome?
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