Chrome Developer Tools is one of the most important utilities in my day-to-day duties as a consultant at Akamai. In the course of looking for an easy way to block specific requests in Chrome to test its effect on a page I came across an interesting StackOverflow thread:
Hit Shift 6 times???? Somebody's gotta be yanking my chain. But, just for kicks, I thought I would give it a try.
1. Navigate to chrome://flags/#enable-devtools-experiments and click enable. Relaunch Chrome.
2. Open up Developer Tools. Open up the Settings panel (hit F1) and choose the now visible Experiments tab.
3. Hit Shift 6 times. (Okay, but I am so going to flame the guy that posted this if it doesn't work...)
And as a bonus, I don't even need to run Chrome Canary anymore to get CPU Throttling. How awesome is that???
[This was enabled by default in Chrome Dev Tools already now: CPU throttling is now enabled by default in Chrome DevTools for simulating… ]