Create A Website Desktop Shortcut In Chrome
How to create a website desktop shortcut in Chrome: You can easily use bookmarks in Chrome to open your favourite websites on the go, but what if you want to create a website shortcut on the desktop so that every time If you double click on the shortcut, you will be taken directly to the website itself. Well, this can be easily achieved using the function called «Create shortcut» which can be found in More Tools.
Using the above feature, Chrome allows you to create desktop shortcuts to your favourite website applications, which can then be added to the start menu or taskbar for faster access. Anyway, without wasting any time let’s see how to create a website desktop shortcut in Chrome with the help of the tutorial below.
How to create a website desktop shortcut in Chrome
Make sure to create a restore point in case something goes wrong.
Method 1: Create a website desktop shortcut in Chrome
- Open Google Chrome and then navigate to the website for which you want to create the desktop shortcut.
- Once you are on the web page, simply click on the three vertical dots (More button) in the upper right corner and then click on “More Tools”.
3. In the context menu select “Create shortcut” and enter a name for your shortcut, it can be anything, but labelling it according to the website name would help you distinguish between various shortcuts.
4. Once the name is entered, now check or uncheck “Open as window” and click the “Create” button.
Note: in the recent Google Chrome update, the “Open as window” option has been removed. Now by default, the shortcut will open in a new window.
5. That’s all, you now have a website shortcut on your desktop that you can easily pin to the taskbar or start menu.
The website you create the shortcut for in Google Chrome will also have a website shortcut placed in the Chrome Apps folder in the All Apps lists on the Start menu. Additionally, these websites are added to the Chrome Apps page (chrome://apps) in Google Chrome. These shortcuts are stored in the following location:
Microsoft Windows. Start Menu. Programs. Chrome applications (tixag).
Method 2: Manually create a website desktop shortcut
- Copy the Chrome icon shortcut to your desktop. If you already have the Chrome shortcut on your desktop, be sure to make another one and rename it.
- Now right-click on the Chrome icon and select Properties.
- In the Target field, make sure to add a space at the end and write the following:
-app = http://example.com
Note: Replace example.com with the actual website for which you want to create the desktop and click OK. For example:
“C: N-Program Files (x86) N-GoogleN-Chrome.exe” –app = https://troubleshooter.xyz
4. Click OK to save the changes
That is all you have successfully learned How to create a website desktop shortcut in Chrome, but if you still have any questions regarding this tutorial, feel free to ask in the comment section.
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