You can save time and frustration by quickly accessing frequently used or hard to remember websites. Regardless of whether you're using Chrome, Firefox, or Edge, you can add a shortcut to any site on any Windows taskbar or Start menu.
Navigate to the website you want to pin. Click the three vertical dots in the top right corner of Chrome, hover over "More tools" and click "Create shortcut".
From the pop-up menu, change the name from Click the shortcut if necessary and click Create. This will automatically create an icon on your Windows desktop.
By default, Chrome opens the webpage as a tab in a normal Chrome browser window. You can enable the "Open as a window" option so that Chrome opens the page in its own window with its own system tray icon when you click the link.
Right on your desktop – Click the shortcut and click either "Pin to Start" or "Pin to Taskbar". You can now delete the shortcut on your desktop.
If you choose to have the website open as a window, it immediately opens as a separate window. You can then right-click the shortcut on your taskbar and select "Pin to taskbar" without using the desktop shortcut.
Create a shortcut to Firefox on your desktop. You can do this by typing "Firefox" into your Start menu, right-clicking the icon and clicking "Open File Location".
In the new File Explorer window on the right – Click Firefox and click "Create Shortcut". A prompt is displayed with the message that Windows cannot create a link here. Do you want the shortcut to be placed on the desktop instead? “Click on“ Yes ”.
Right-click the new Firefox icon on your desktop and click Properties. In the Destination field, enter the full URL of the website that you want to pin after the quotation mark. Here is an example of what the Destination field should look like:
"C: Program Files (x86) Mozilla Firefox Firefox.exe" https://www.howtogeek.com  Click OK.
Right-click the shortcut on your desktop and click either "Pin to Start" or "Pin to Taskbar". You can now delete the shortcut on your desktop.
The new Edge
The new Chromium-based Edge browser from Microsoft works in a similar way to Google Chrome. To pin a website to a taskbar, simply open the "Settings and more" menu (Alt + F or click on the three horizontal dots at the top right of your browser). Hover over "More Tools" and click "Pin to Taskbar".
In addition, the new Edge has a nice new feature called "Start Taskbar Pinning Assistant". ", Which you can see directly under" Pin to Taskbar ". Click on it, and Edge will take you through a short menu to pin the most popular websites and Microsoft web applications on your taskbar.
Classic Edge  In the original version, you can pin pages to the taskbar or the Microsoft Edge Start menu that came with Windows 10.
Navigate to the website you want to pin to your taskbar, click the three vertical dots above right in Edge and click "Pin this page to the taskbar". You can now delete the shortcut on your desktop.
Navigate to the website that To pin to the Start menu, click the three vertical dots in the upper right corner of Edge, hover over "More Tools," and click "Pin this page to." start ". You can now delete the shortcut on your desktop.