Quote: Originally Posted by Manay Pepin
Make a copy of the Chrome executable and assign a different name, for example, Chrome2. When you launch it, it will group itself with the initial Chrome icon the taskbar, but you can have two or more copies of the same app in the Start Menu this way.
Hi Manay and thanks for your reply. Copying the executable itself seems kind of lame, isn't it?
Perhaps I can write two one-liner batch files that will execute Chrome and create shortcuts to them instead the original executable itself? It's just that I have never wrote a batch file for windows. Should I only write the command ()as in the shortcut target)?