It’s possible to add multiple web page shortcuts to the Windows desktop, but that might not be a good idea as it could cause a huge mess when things start to pile up. So what should computer users do?
Well, we have an idea how to achieve this without downloading a new app. This is creating a batch file via many computer users who have no idea how this is done. No need to worry, we’ll drop it like it’s hot and make it easy to understand.
Create a single shortcut to open multiple web pages
First, the user must configure the batch file by opening Notepad. Once the application is open, we ask users to add “@echo off” at the top of the document, then after that add the start website url in the lines below.
Note that the “Website URL” must be the URL of the website. For example, if a user wants to open TheWindowsCub, the URL will be www.thewindowsclub.com. Add other websites in the same way in order to open them at the same time with the batch file.
If you don’t specify the browser, the link will open in your default browser in separate tabs:
@echo off start www.thewindowsclub.com start www.bing.com start www.google.com
In the above case, all three sites will open in your default browser.
If you want the different links to open in different browsers, you can specify the browser as follows:
@echo off start iexplore www.thewindowsclub.com start chrome www.bing.com start firefox www.google.com
Here, the three links will open separately in the specified browsers.
After all the above is done, we now need to save the Notepad file. Click File > Save As. Next, users will need to enter a filename; it can be anything, as long as it contains .bat at the end. To do this, click on the drop-down menu that says “Text Document” and click on “All Files”. Rename the file and add the .bat and hit save.
Be sure to save to desktop for quick access.
Once the batch file is saved to the desktop, just double click on it to launch all the websites at once.
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