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  1. Usman Khurshid
    February 1, 2014 @ 11:48 AM

    Good tutorial. I prefer not to open websites at Windows Startup. Instead, I prefer to open websites automatically at browser startup. When I open my browser, it should open a default set of websites. Right now my settings are set to opening websites that were opened previously. This is because I open the same set of sites all the time.

    Another way of opening sets of sites is to bookmark them inside a folder and then opening the complete folder instead of opening them one by one. Opening the folder will open all the bookmarked sites inside it.

    While Google Chrome and Internet Explorer have a pretty straight forward way of opening multiple sites at the browser startup, Firefox uses the piping technique for this purpose. This means that when you go to Firefox Options –> General, under homepage you can only write one website address that opens at Firefox startup. If you want to open multiple webpages, you can use the pipe operator. For example, if I want to open google.com, facebook and outlook.com at Firefox startup, I would write:
    http://www.google.com | http://www.facebook.com | http://outlook.com
    Hope this helps.

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