If you frequently utilize your web browser Duplicate tab function and also love using your keyboard shortcuts, you might be interested in knowing that Google Chrome gives an effective and easier way to do that.
On a normal day, what you would simply do is to right-click on the tab and use the Duplicate item on the menu to copy of the tab, although there’s no easy way to do this from the keyboard.
You can try to instead use a shortcut key combination to highlight the location bar, and also create a new tab from that URL.
All you have to do is to use the Alt+D shortcut key to place focus into the address bar, and then also use the Alt+Enter to open that URL in a new tab. The trick is that you don’t have to move your thumb off the Alt key—just push down Alt, then hit D and Enter in quick succession to duplicate the current tab in a new tab