Saturday, January 5, 2013

How to Open Specific Pages at Startup in Google Chrome

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Google Chrome has taken most of the browser market from Internet Explorer and Firefox. The Google Browser is most popular due to its variable functionalities and add-ons. Such features allow you to customize your browser according to your need. One such option is to open several pages that you want to see every time you start Google Chrome. Here are a few simple steps to do this easily

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Google Chrome provides the options in its settings bar and it is easy to access and activate.




1. Open Your Google Chrome

2. Click on the image on the right corner of your screen shown by the circle

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3. A drop Down menu appears. Click on Settings in it

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4. In the settings tab, find the start up list and in that click on the Open Specific pages

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5. Click on the set pages, a window will appear asking you to input URLs. Enter the links you want to open.

6. Click ok and you are done.
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7. Shut down and open your browser again and all the pages you entered will be opened immediately

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