This is a just a quick tip that should make your search for information a lot quicker and easier.
You can use Ctrl+F (or Cmd+F on a Mac) to find any text in a webpage.
Holding down those two keys in a browser (and indeed many applications) will usually bring up some kind of find/search bar or dialogue.
This is especially handy when a Google search has brought you to a page, which you know has the information you want (because Google showed a snippet of it), but it is really long, and you want to quickly locate the relevant section. It’s also great when a tutorial raises a question in your mind: you can quickly search for a few key words to see if anyone had that question in the comments.
The find bar might be a bit different in different browsers, but as far as I know, this shortcut works in all of them.
Apologies to those accustomed to more advanced tips on this site and are slapping their forehead because they’ve known this for years, but it’s become evident to me that a lot of users of this site don’t know about this and it’s just too useful to let them continue in darkness.