Google Chrome’s ability to create desktop shortcuts for websites is an incredibly useful feature. You can open websites in special Chrome windows, and they also look like real Windows or MacOS applications.
However, using the Create Chrome Shortcut function can cause some problems. For example, some of the shortcuts you create start in normal Chrome windows, including tabs and a visible address bar. Or you may find the option greyed out and unusable.
However, let’s take a look at some patches that can help you move this important function in the right direction.