Chrome is the most popular web browser around and it’s easy to see why. It’s clean, simple and offers a number of added options its rivals can’t match.

One of the most convenient settings is Chrome’s ability to load the pages you want each time you start it up.

At the moment you’ve probably got Google’s search as your main page when you load Chrome, or a single homepage such as BT.com. But did you know you could load the webpages you had open the last time you used Chrome? Or you can choose more than one web page to automatically load every time, such as the BT.com homepage, Facebook and your favourite news website.

How to make Google Chrome load your previous web visits

1. Open the 3-lined ‘burger’ menu, located at the top right of your screen.

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2. Select Settings.

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3. Under ‘On start-up’, select Continue where you left off.

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[Read more: 10 time-saving shortcuts for Google Chrome]

 

How to make Google Chrome load specific pages every time it opens

1. Open the 3-lined ‘burger’ menu, located at the top right of your screen.

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2. Select Settings.

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3. Select Open a specific page or set of pages.

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4. Then click Set pages.

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5. In the pop-up box, enter the web addresses of all the websites you’d like to load instantly every time you start Google Chrome, followed by OK.

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Read more: 6 easy tips for faster browsing on Google Chrome