Launch your Web Browser with all your favorite sites
>> Brian: Everyone has a bunch of go-to websites that we check out everyday. I'm Brian Tong with CNET.com and I'll show you how
your Web browser can open multiple websites in tabs when you want the application. Now it's going to be a little different for each
browser so we'll start off with Internet Explorer. Now with the application running go into the tools then Internet options and in the
general tab you'll see the homepage section you're gonna want to enter each website you like on a separate line and the next time you
launch the app you'll see your favorite websites in multiple tabs it's that easy. Now Firefox is a little different on a PC you'll
want to go to the tools then options to get to your main settings on a Mac you'll want to go to the preferences of the application.
Now once you're in the main section find the homepage field and in between each website you enter separate them with a vertical mark
you can do this by pressing shift and the back slash mark at the same time so the next time you open up your Firefox your favorite
sites appear in their own tabs. We're trying to make your life easier. Now in Google Chrome go to the wrench icon and then choose
options you can add your links in a list very similar to Internet Explorer and the next time you open up the browser viola they are
they too. Now if you guys are using Safari you won't be able to open up a bunch of links on launch but there is a work-around. In
the bookmarks view trade a folder and add your favorite sites to it you'll see an option to the right called Auto Click so select that
box. Now in your bookmark bar you'll see the folder you just created and now when you click on it it opens up all of the links. I'm
Brian Tong for CNET.com with some tips to make your browsing life just a little bit easier, use them wisely.
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