Set Up Google Chrome Startup Options on Windows 7

Edited by Lukward Thomason, Zack, Eng

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    Start by loading up the browser window and clicking on the Settings option
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    The Settings option is located in the upper right corner of the window. Click it once and then go to Settings.
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    Make sure that the Settings section is active by clicking on the Settings option on the left side of the screen
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    Notice that there are three options of what to do on startup. You can open the New Tab page, continue where you left off, or open a specific page or set of pages.
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    If you want to open a specific set of pages or one page, first select the option you want and then press Set Pages
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    You now have two options.
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    The first option is to use current pages
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    For example, if you have VisiHow open you can select that as the page. It will automatically set, and every time you open Google Chrome the VisiHow page will open.
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    The second option is to add new pages
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    Click on Enter URL and input a website, such as Google Enter the website's URL and press OK. Now if you close this window and reopen Google Chrome, the first page to open will be Google.
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    This concludes the tutorial on how to manage Google Chrome's startup on Windows 7
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Categories : Windows | Browser

Recent edits by: Zack, Lukward Thomason

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