How To Create A Website Shortcut On Desktop in Google Chrome for Windows | SearchingNew

Google Chrome makes easy to open a website by adding a website on your Bookmark Bar, Did you know that you can also access all your favourite websites by creating shortcuts on Desktop or any other folder? In this tutorial, we are going to see how to create website shortcuts on the Desktop using Google Chrome.

This will help you to access directly to your favourite website on Desktop without going to any Menu or Tabs on Google Chrome.

 Let’s begin the section.

Create A Website Shortcuts on Desktop in Google Chrome

Method 1:

Open your Google Chrome Web Browser

Click the three Dots button which is located in the right-top corner of your browser 

GoTo More tools and then select Add to Desktop or Create shortcut ( Depends on your chrome version option will change)

Now Give a name to your shortcuts, Name depends on your choice and Click Create Button.

Now you can see the shortcut on your desktop.

Alternative Methods To Create a Website Shortcuts on Desktop

Method 2:

Open your Google Chrome browser

Enter the Goto the website you want to create.

Now click on the address bar and make sure URL is full selected in the address bar and just drag the select URL into desktop and now you can see the desktop shortcut created in the desktop. This method is work for all the browser.

Method 3:

Goto Desktop and Right Click and Select shortcut.

Enter your website name in the address bar and Click Next

Give a name to your shortcuts, Name you typing are depend on your choice and Click Finish Button.

Now you can see the shortcut on your desktop.

Conclusion:

There are different ways to add a website shortcut in Desktop. By following a few simple steps, you can create access to all your favourite website on Desktop or any other folder you want. 

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