How to Use Google Chrome Full Screen on Mac
The Google Chrome browser is an excellent choice, because not only is it fast and powerful, but it sandboxes Flash to prevent the plugin from going totally nuts, and it offers tons of customization options.
If you’re an avid Chrome user, you likely would appreciate using Chrome in full screen mode, and fortunately, you can do just that.
Perhaps the fastest way to enter and exit Chrome full screen is by hitting a simple keystroke. With this, you can put Google Chrome into full screen mode easily, whether or not the version of Mac OS supports the traditional full screen app feature. No, it doesn’t just resize your window, it actually takes the currently active web page and resizes it to fit the entire screen surface – no titlebar, no address bar, nothing, just a web page.
To enter into Chromes full screen mode on Mac use Command + Shift +F
You can exit full screen mode by hitting the same keystroke again.
Something else to keep in mind is that you can exit out of full screen mode in Mac OS X by using the escape key or clicking the green button if you’re in a modern release of the Mac system software, and that applies to Chrome as well.