Open the same sites in Chrome every time

By Patrick Stafford
Friday, 20 January 2012

If you’ve been using a newer web browser for a while, you’ll know there are features available that allow you to reopen the tabs you used last time.


But if you don’t particularly want to reopen everything you used last time, there’s another way to open the same pages every time.


To do so, open Chrome, and then head to the Settings bar by clicking on the wrench icon. At the top of the “basics” screen, you should see an option to “open the following pages”.


There, you can add as many sites as you’d like to open every time you open the browser.

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