Open specific pages in Chrome
Friday, May 18, 2012/
Some people don’t want to open the tabs they had open in the next browsing session. They may want to open the same pages every time.
You can do that in Chrome. To do so, head to the Settings page, and then stay on the Basics page.
At the top of the page, you should see a few options to either open the home page, the last tabs you had open, or you can choose which pages to open.
Click on the last option, and then list what pages you’d like to see when you start Chrome. You can add multiple pages so you don’t have to bother typing in the same addresses every time.
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