How to set the page(s) to open when you launch Google Chrome.

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How to add or change the page that opens when you launch Google Chrome.

Google Chrome has the ability to select the page to open at launch.

  • Open a new tab page.
    Open a blank page when Google Chrome launch. (This is the default setting.)
  • Open the previously opened pages.
    Reopen all tabs from when you quit (closed) Google Chrome.
  • Open a specific page or set of pages.
    Google Chrome will launch the page(s) you have set up at startup.

If you need to open a specific page every morning for work, or if you want to start Google Chrome in the state of tabs at the end of the day, either "Open specific page or set of pages" or "Open previously opened page" is the best solution.

This article here will explain in detail, with images, how to add or change the page that opens when Google Chrome starts up.

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How to set the page(s) to open when you launch Google Chrome.

How to set the page(s) to open when you launch Google Chrome.
How to set the page(s) to open when you launch Google Chrome.

Launch Google Chrome and click on the "Three Point Reader" in the upper right corner.

Once you click on "Three-Point Reader," a menu will expand downwards.

Click on "Settings" in that expanded menu.

How to set the page(s) to open when you launch Google Chrome.
How to set the page(s) to open when you launch Google Chrome.

After clicking "Settings," you will be taken to the Google Chrome settings page.

Click on "At Startup" on the left side of that page.

How to set the page(s) to open when you launch Google Chrome.
How to set the page(s) to open when you launch Google Chrome.

After clicking that "On Startup" button, you will be prompted to select which page to open when Google Chrome starts up.

You can also type "chrome://settings/onStartup" in the Google Chrome address bar and hit enter to get to this page immediately.

On this screen, you can select from the following three options the pages to open when Google Chrome starts up.

  • Open a new tab page.
    Open a blank page when Google Chrome launch. (This is the default setting.)
  • Open the previously opened pages.
    Reopen all tabs from when you quit (closed) Google Chrome.
  • Open a specific page or set of pages.
    Google Chrome will launch the page(s) you have set up at startup.

How to open a new tab page when Google Chrome starts up.

How to open a new tab page when Google Chrome starts up.
How to open a new tab page when Google Chrome starts up.

Open New Tab Page is the default setting selected in Google Chrome, which opens the Google Search page as a "new tab" when Google Chrome is launched.

If you want to change to this setting from any other setting, click on "Open New Tab Page".

There is no "Change" or "Save Settings" button, it is saved automatically.

How to open the last page opened when Google Chrome starts up.

How to open the last page opened when Google Chrome starts up.
How to open the last page opened when Google Chrome starts up.

I have Google Chrome set up with "Open last page opened".

This is because it works best for me to close Google Chrome entirely when I finish my work, or shut down my computer while it is still open.

Note that if you have more than one Google Chrome open, it will start in the state of the tab that you closed later.

If you wish to change to this setting, click on "Open Previously Opened Page".

There is no "change" or "save settings" button, it is saved automatically.

How to open a specific page or set of pages when Google Chrome starts up.

How to open a specific page or set of pages when Google Chrome starts up.
How to open a specific page or set of pages when Google Chrome starts up.

By selecting "Open a specific page or set of pages," you may select the page(s) you wish to open when Google Chrome starts up.

How to add a specific site to the page that opens when Google Chrome starts up.

How to add a specific site to the page that opens when Google Chrome starts up.
How to add a specific site to the page that opens when Google Chrome starts up.

When you select "Add New Page," a pop-up window will appear in which you can enter the URL of your site.

After entering the URL of the site you want to open when Google Chrome starts up here, click "Add".

How to add multiple pages at once to the page that opens when Google Chrome starts up.

How to add multiple pages at once to the page that opens when Google Chrome starts up.
How to add multiple pages at once to the page that opens when Google Chrome starts up.

If you have multiple sites you want to open at startup, it is very cumbersome to add them one by one.

By clicking on "Use current page," you can add all the sites in the open tabs to the page that opens at startup.

After clicking on "Use Current Page," all sites opened in Google Chrome will be added to the list of "Open Specific Page or Set of Pages."

If any of the pages added to the list are unwanted, you may edit or delete them by clicking on the "three-point reader" to the right of the URL.

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