Specify Startup pages in Google Chrome

Google Chrome allows users to specify a page on startup which can be other than your home page. This settings can be accessed using the Google Chrome options.

Click the wrench icon available on the top right corner and select options from the menu list.

Google Chrome options

In the Options screen, navigate to Basics tab then to the On startup section.

Google Chrome Open the following page

Under the Open the following pages add the page or pages that you want to open on startup of Google Chrome as shown below

Google Chrome Open the following pages

In the above example Google Chrome will open blogmines.com as well google.com during startup.  If you want to include the currently open pages then you can click on the Use current pages button.

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Ravi Shankar

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  • CherryLii July 12, 2011, 9:35 am

    i’m not interested in this function but i hope that chrome will add the reset option which is useful when i don’t know hot to back to some settings.who want this funtion?hands up.
    By the way,avant browser has added a lots of useful features which are better than chrome .come on chrome

  • Ravi July 12, 2011, 10:46 am

    Yes I agree with on the reset option. This was available on the earlier version of Chrome.

    The link below gives some details on the reset option for the latest version of Google Chrome.

    http://www.tothepc.com/archives/reset-google-chrome-to-default-settings/

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