Do you want to open a website from your desktop without launching your browser? To do this, you need to place a shortcut to the site on your desktop. It takes no more than 5 minutes to create such a shortcut!
Method 1 of 2: Create a shortcut quickly
Step 1. Launch your browser
Step 2. Open the site
Step 3. Click on the site with the right mouse button
Step 4. Select "Create shortcut" from the menu
Step 5. A window will open
Step 6. With a message
"Add a shortcut to the desktop?" Click Yes.
Method 2 of 2: Create Shortcut Wizard
Step 1. Open the site
Step 2. Highlight the site / page address
Step 3. Click on it with the right mouse button and select "Copy" from the menu (or press Ctrl + C)
Step 4. Open your desktop
Step 5. Right-click on the desktop and select New from the menu
Step 6. Click Shortcut (Windows) or Link (KDE)
Step 7. The wizard for creating a shortcut will open
Step 8. In the line "Specify the location of the object", right-click and click "Paste" (or press Ctrl + V)
Step 9. Click Next
Step 10. In the "Enter shortcut name" line, enter a name for the shortcut
Step 11. Click Finish
- Be sure to add http:// to the site / page address.
- If the site is not open, its icon will not appear on the shortcut.