A superior way of viewing your most used websites (web platforms like Facebook, Twitter or Gmail, for example) is to view them as ‘apps’. This is achieved really easily. On Windows, open your website in Chrome and do the following: Click on Chrome top right customise icon Go down to ‘more tools’ Create a shortcut Click the option to ‘open… Read more →
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