When you launch the Google Chrome web browser, it shows the new tab page by default. But you can configure it to open a website as soon as you launch the browser. In fact you can configure the Chrome browser to open a number of web pages on startup. This way you can open all your favorite web sites as soon as you launch the Chrome browser by double-clicking on the Chrome shortcut.
This is how you can configure the web browser to open multiple websites at the same time in the Chrome web browser:
- Launch the Google Chrome web browser.
- Click on the menu icon on the top-right corner of the browser window and select Settings from the menu.
- Under the On startup section, select Open a specific page or set of pages.
- Click on the Set pages and then start adding as many web pages as you want by typing in the web address of all the web pages that you want to be opened at startup.
- Click on the OK button to save the settings.
Now if you restart the Chrome browser, you can quickly check the new settings. This should open all the web pages that you configured to be opened in the Chrome browser. You can add as many websites as you want, but it is suggested that you do not add too many of these startup web pages as it would only make it a little slower to start the Chrome browser. For example, if you add ten web pages, then Chrome will try to open all ten of these web pages all at once as soon as you launch it.
Conclusion: Chrome web browser allows launching of multiple web pages on the browser launch. This could be useful if you are in the habit of opening a set of sites each time you launch the Chrome browser.