Create an internet shortcut on your Windows desktop

Sometimes it is useful to have direct access to a website. Here's how to create an internet shortcut on your desktop for direct access

For our example, we will put on the desktop a link to the Orange mailbox, however you can do it with any website. The manipulation was done on Windows 8 with Google Chrome. It is pretty much the same for other versions of Windows, Linux, and other internet browsers.

Procedure

  • Access your mailbox and reduce the window to access your desktop
  • Click the link of the web page on the desktop by grabbing the link at the padlock or the icon to the left of the link. See image below.
    create an internet shortcut
  • You can then rename the link as you wishreappoint

To have : Change the icon of a Windows folder

To see also: Find and delete large files with WinDirStat

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