How to Create Website Shortcut to My Desktop

Question of the day:

How to Create a Webpage Shortcut On Your Desktop (Windows)?

That’s the question I was asked today by 5 different people.  It makes sense for those who visit a particular website very often, sometimes it is easier to create a shortcut on your desktop rather than always looking for it. This method should work fine for Windows XP, Vista, and 7. Enough talking, here is how you can create a shortcut on your desktop for your favorite website:

  1. Place you cursor on an empty part of your desktop.
  2. Right click and select: New  > Shortcut
  3. A shortcut wizard will open up.

Right Click On Desktop

Enter Shortcut Destination

 

Enter the destination to the shortcut you want to create. In that case you will simply enter the website or webpage URL. Click Next

Website Shortcut to Desktop

Type a Name for the Shortcut

  1. Type in a name for the shortcut that will help you   remember what it is for.
  2. Once you have entered the new name, click finish.

Website Shortcut to Desktop

Test it

 

That’s it

Website Shortcut to Desktop

 

Now you can create a shortcut for everything you need whether it’s a file, folder, or your favorite website. Just follow this instruction and you are good to go.

Harry Casimir
Harry Casimir
Harry Casimir is Atilus’ co-founder and Director of Technology. He oversees the strategic technical direction of the company among many other things he has his hand in at the company.

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