Re: need steps to create keyboardshortcut forGoogle Chrome
I put Google Chrome as the first app on the taskbar and this way I can get to it from anywhere with the shortcut Windows Key + 1.toggle quoted messageShow quoted text
If I want to go to one of the last few visited websites I can press Windows Key + Alt + 1 to bring up the jump list for Chrome and down arrow through a list of the last sites I visited, you can determine how many items show in the jumplist although I can't remember right now where that setting is.
You can also open another instance of an application by pressing Windows Key + Shift + whatever number of the number row corresponds to the program you want.
From: email@example.com <firstname.lastname@example.org> On Behalf Of Shankar C
Sent: Sunday, April 7, 2019 4:41 PM
Subject: Re: need steps to create keyboardshortcut forGoogle Chrome
there are couple of alternatives availabel but, I wish to recommend the below method.
1. in the start search, type chrome and open the context menu.
2. click on the open file location.
3. see the file type for the chrome.
4. if the file type is shortcut, just copy to the desktop.
if not, open the chrome context menu and click on sent to submenu and click on create shortcut [desktop].
this may help.
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