Normally, when you launch Google Chrome browser, it shows you the most visited websites or the last opened pages. Many people prefer to open specific websites as soon as they start Google Chrome. If you’re one, here’s a quick guide to help you out.
Open Specific Sites in Chrome
Launch Google Chrome, click on the Wrench menu and select Settings.
Under On Startup section, select Open a Specific Page or Set of Pages.
Click on Set Pages button. This includes websites that you want to open at Google Chrome startup.
Add the URL of the page you want to open and click OK.
And you are done. Now, it will open the specified websites as soon as you start Google Chrome.