Windows 10 provides various interesting features for its users. Microsoft is striving to provide all the comfort to its users by putting interesting and handy features in one go.
Now, Windows 1o allows its users to keep their favourite website just on their device’s desktop. This feature makes the user more reliable on those websites as they can easily access the features and tools of the particular website.
Adding a site to the Start menu or Taskbar makes the users unable to access with ease and quickly. This activity saves more time and frustration as most of the work is being done on web browsers. Users are able to save and pin any of their preferred web browsers. Be it Microsoft Edge, Firefox, or Google Chrome, etc.
Follow the mentioned steps for adding your most preferred web site from any browser to your Task-Pane:
Adding via Google Chrome
Note: Google Chrome launches the web page as a usual function of Chrome. If you wish to check the option “Open as Window,” navigate to Chrome taskbar symbol when you tap on the particular shortcut.
For Mac Users
Mac works slightly differently while creating a website shortcut on your Mac desktop as the functions and features are something different to that of Windows. Abide by these points to know how to create a shortcut on Mac:
Creating Website Shortcut through Firefox
There is not any straightforward way in Mozilla Firefox to create a shortcut icon on your Taskbar as in Google Chrome. We have to undergo through some workarounds:
Creating Website Shortcut Icon via MS Edge
This browser provides the most convenient way to pin a website or task to your Taskbar. Pursue these instructions for adding a shortcut icon to your desktop:
Creating Website Shortcut through MS Edge Chromium
Microsoft has recently launched a new Edge browser that works with the collaboration of Chrome features. It’s the combination of Google Chrome and MS Edge browser. This browser also allows the user to make a shortcut icon of their most preferred browser or website on the desktop. Read these instructions to know how to create the website shortcut on your device:
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