Adding or pinning Web site links to the context menu of your Windows 7 desktop with Web Pinner



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Web Pinner is a free application that can quickly and easily add links to the website to your Windows 7 desktop context menu.

Do you visit one or more specific websites very frequently? If so, there is another way to access it quickly.



October 2020 Update:

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Just download this portable application and start the.exe file as administrator. Enter details such as the website name, website URL and icon path. You can also open it with Internet Explorer or Firefox from the Open With drop-down menu. Click Apply.

You will see the website links in your desktop context menu.

The next time you want to open this website, simply right click on your desktop and click the link to the website. The browser you have chosen comes to life and opens this website.

To remove the link from the site, simply enter the site name and click Remove.

Web Pinner 1.1 for Windows 7 was developed by Paras Sidhu for The windowsbulletin.com : Web Pinner 1.1 has been released and now supports Chrome Browser.

If you want to edit, add or delete many additional options like drive, file, folder, computer and desktop context menu, take a look at our context menu expander and context menu editor !



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