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How To Quickly Create A Desktop Shortcut Of A Web Site In Google Chrome


Few days ago we wrote an article on creating desktop shortcuts of a web site using IE and Firefox. Here is a similar trick for Google Chrome Browser to create desktop shortcuts easily

  1. Open Google Chrome browser and browse to the page that you want to create a short cut
  2. Resize the browser so that you can see both desktop and browser
  3. Drag and drop the bookmark icon on the left of the address bar on your desktop. The shortcut will be created.

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Related: Set Google Chrome As Your Default Web Browser

  • nat

    but it leaves a chrome icon on your desktop not the icon of the website eg blogger icon. How to get that??

  • Bobby

    It does work in Chrome for MAC – just figured out how…. You save the shortcut in one of your bookmarks folder. Then open the bookmarks folder and drag and drop to the desktop from there!

    Enjoy!

  • 6r0pius

    “This does not work in the mac version of Chrome.”

    Crap!!!

  • Eliot

    This does not work in the mac version of Chrome.

  • tommysox

    This is handy, but…The shortcuts I made opened in IE (my default browser).

  • http://www.vijayforvictory.com Vijay

    Easiest way…. Drag and drop – Done.

    Nice…

  • http://computersservicing.blogspot.com/ venkat

    Another way in chrome is by creating application shortcuts ,we can create shortcut to the website.Open Google Chrome click Control Page Menu> create Application Shortcuts.