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We’ll explain how to open the same set of web pages every time you start your browser in Chrome, Edge, and Firefox.

Chrome

To open the same set of web pages every time you start Chrome, open first the web page you want on a separate tab.

Click the Chrome menu button in the upper right corner of the window and select Settings.

Click On start-up, select Open a specific page or set of pages, then click Use current pages.

All the tabs currently open, except the Settings tab, are automatically added under the Open a specific page or set of pages option.

You can manually add more pages to the list using the Add a new page link by entering the URL you want to add, then click Add.

The next time you open Chrome, your selected web pages automatically open on separate tabs.

To remove URL from the list, click the three vertical dots to the right of the URL, then select Remove.

Edge

You must manually enter the URLs for the web pages you want to open when Edge starts. There is no button to use the current pages like in the other browsers.

Click Hub on the toolbar, then click Settings.

A new window for Settings will come appear. Click On start-up, then select On a specific page or pages.

Select Add a new page and a pop-up will appear where you have to input the URL.

To remove a URL from the list, click the three vertical dots to the right of the URL and select Delete.

Firefox

Firefox supports multiple Home tabs, which is how you can open multiple web pages each time you open Firefox.

To set up the URLs for your Home tabs, open the web pages first you want on separate tabs.

Click the Firefox menu (three horizontal lines) in the upper-right corner and select Options.

Click Home. Under New Windows and Tabs on Homepage and new windows, select Custom URLs… to add URLs manually.

You can add more URLs manually by typing a vertical bar (|) after the last URL in the Home page box, then type the new URL.

Learn more about Browser Homepages:
How to Open the Same Set of Web Pages Every Time You Start Your Browser (groovypost.com)

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