Having prompt access to frequently-used or hard to memorize websites can save you time and disappointment. You can Pin a Website to the Windows 10 Start Menu or Taskbar
How to Pin a Website to the Windows 10 Start Menu or Taskbar.
To pin a website to the Windows 10 start menu or taskbar first you need to make a shortcut of that website in your windows desktop. So without further talking let’s see how to make a shortcut of any website to windows desktop.
Make a desktop shortcut of any website on Google Chrome.
Visit the website you want to make a shortcut. Click on the three dots in the top right corner of Chrome, Now hover your mouse over “More Tools,” and then click “Create Shortcut.”
In the pop-up box, edit the name of the shortcut if wanted, and then click “Create.” That will automatically make an icon on your Windows desktop.
How to pin a website to windows 10 start menu or taskbar:
From your desktop, right-click on that shortcut, and then click either “Pin to Start” or “Pin to Taskbar.” Also, you can now delete the shortcut on your desktop.
Make a desktop shortcut of any website on Firefox.
You can make this by typing “Firefox” into your Windows 10 Start menu, then right-clicking on the icon, and then click “Open File Location.”
In the new window, right-click Firefox and then click “Create a Shortcut.” A pop up will appear, telling, “Windows can’t create a shortcut here. Do you want the shortcut to be located on the desktop instead?” then Click “Yes.”
Now Right-click on the new Firefox icon on your desktop, and then click “Properties.” In the “Target” field, insert the full URL of the website that you want to pin. Let see an example of what the “Target” field should seem like:
“C:\Program Files (x86)\Mozilla Firefox\firefox.exe” https://www.learning-bin.com
Now to pin to the taskbar or start menu right-click on the shortcut, and either click “Pin to Start” or “Pin to Taskbar.”