How to attach a website to the Windows 10 Start menu by attaching Chrome, Firefox, IE

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The Windows 10 Start menu helps you make a lot of things easier. You can attach a file, folder, web site shortcut to the Start menu in Windows 10. You can also connect system settings to the Start menu. We know how to attach a website from Microsoft Edge Browser to the Windows 10 Start menu. Attaching each site to the Start menu is different for Edge browsers and other browsers. In this article, I will let you know how to attach a website using Chrome to Start Menu in Windows 10. Although I use the Chrome browser as an example in this article, the procedure is the same for Firefox or Internet Explorer.

Pin a website with Chrome to Windows 10 Start Menu

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If we want to access a file or website very often, it is advisable to pin it to the Start Menu. If you are a Google Chrome user and frequently visit a website in Chrome, it is best to pin this website to the Start menu.

First open the website in Chrome that you want to attach to the Start menu and wait until it is fully loaded. Once fully loaded, you can see the page icon next to the address bar, as shown in the snapshot below.

Drag this page icon to the desktop. Windows 10 creates a shortcut for this website on your desktop.

Right-click this shortcut and select Copy.

Go to Start menu, type Run and press Enter. Choose Execute to open it. You can even press Win + R to open Run.

After opening Run, type shell:programs into the field and press Enter.

Windows Explorer opens with the programs in the Start menu. Right-click in the window and make sure that no folder or icon is selected.

Select Paste from the options and you can see the link to the copied and pasted website here.

This icon is now in All applications in the Start menu.

To view it, click the Start button in Windows 10, then click All Applications. There you will see that your website is pinned in the Start menu. Just click on it and you will be redirected to this website in Chrome.

You can add it to the tiles. Simply select it in the applications, drag it from this position onto the tiles. With Windows 10, it is easy to plug a Chrome website into the Start menu.

These are the steps to follow to connect the website in the Windows 10 Start menu using Chrome, Firefox or Internet Explorer.

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