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    How to Add Website Links from Any Browser to Windows 10 Start Menu

    Add website shortcuts to your Start menu and you can quickly access your favorite websites by clicking a tile. This works with Microsoft Edge, Google Chrome, or any other browser.

    The instructions are a bit different for each browser, however, so we’ll go through them one by one.

    The Microsoft Edge browser included with Windows 10 makes this easy. First, head to the website you want to pin to your Start menu. Click or tap the menu button and select “Pin This Page to Start”.

    Agree to add the page, and the website will appear on your Start menu as a tile. You can drag it around and position it wherever you want.

    A few websites support some additional features when you add them to your Start menu with Microsoft Edge. You might see a customized tile icon or even a live tile that shows you automatically updated headlines and information from the site.

    This shortcut will always open in Microsoft Edge.

    Microsoft Edge opens the browser search the website and click edge setting bar and click- (pin this page to star)

    Mozilla Firefox, Internet Explorer, and Almost Any Other Browser

    It’s also possible to do this the long way. This is necessary if you use Mozilla Firefox, Internet Explorer, or another web browser–though it also works with Chrome and Edge.

    01. Head to the website you want to add to your Start menu. Locate the icon to the left of the website’s address on the location bar and drag and drop it to your desktop.

    02. You’ll get a desktop shortcut for that website. If you want to rename the shortcut, right-click it, select “Rename”, and enter a new name.

    03. Right-click the shortcut and select “Cut” or “Copy” to continue.

    04. Press Windows + R to open a Run dialog, type the following text into it, and press Enter:


    This opens the folder where your Start menu program shortcuts are stored.

    05. Right-click inside the programs shortcut folder that appears and select “Paste”. You’ll paste a copy of the shortcut into the folder.

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