The question was about GOOGLE CHROME...not chromium, not internet explorer, not firefox, and not safari. For PC's when you are loading a webpage F5 is refresh, and Esc is stop. And yes there is a Refresh/Stop button and it's in between the page forward button and the home button in the top LEFT corner of the web browser. It is the same button and if you click it and watch it it will change from an arrow pointing clockwise to an x. Oh and if you are waiting for a page to load the escape button makes the stop button turn into a refresh button because you just stopped the page, it's the other way around when you press the F5 button. And yes, I edited Shaji's answer but I left his answer there as well because he was talking about Internet Explorer or some other web browser.