When you open Chrome, do you always head to the same pages, like your email, calendar, news, etc.? Here’s a time-saving trick: You can customize Chrome to open specific pages each time you open your browser. Alternatively, you can also customize it to pick up where you left off, which will open the same tabs you were viewing when you closed it.

If you don’t want to jump through the same hoops each and every time you open Chrome, this is a handy trick.

Open a specific page or set of pages

  • From your Chrome browser, click on the menu icon with the three dots Three dots in the top-right corner, and then pick Settings.
  • Scroll down to On startup, and then select Open a specific page or set of pages.
  • Click on Set pages. From there, you can enter the URLs of whichever pages you’d like to see every time you open your browser.

Pick up where you left off

Maybe you don’t want Chrome to open up the same page(s) every time. If you’re the kind of person who tends to use a lot of different tabs, it might be more helpful to have Chrome open up all the tabs you were viewing when you closed it.

  • From your Chrome browser, click on the menu icon with the three dots Three dots in the top-right corner, and then pick Settings.
  • Scroll down to On startup, and then select Continue where you left off.

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