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Windows 7: How to open custom browser in each screen?

18 Jan 2015   #1

Windows 7 Professional 64bit
How to open custom browser in each screen?

Dear Sevenforums members,

Please help me with this issue,
I will try to give as much as detail as I can since it's not something easy to do (Probably, I don't know...)


I am connected to 8 screens with my PC.

My question is, can I customize it so every time I open my browser (Chrome, IE..doesn't matter) will open instantly different browser+page on every extended screen? (Automatically) I am aware that I can open on my main screen and drag it.

Open on screen number 1
Open sevenforums on screen 2
Open eightforums on screen 3
Open Google on screen 4, and so on....

Can it be done without using any 3rd party software? (If not, then what 3rd party software you recommend?)

I am using Windows 7 Professional 64bit

Thank you!

My System SpecsSystem Spec
20 Jan 2015   #2

Windows 7 - Home Edition - Build 7601x8086

Yes this can absolutely be done you can use virtual desktop software, rather then offering one specific set of software. I will redirect you to this page:

The Best Free Programs for Using Virtual Desktops in Windows

Just research the different ones to meet your needs, as they can provide more then just what you're looking for (exclaimation mark)
You're looking to open specific pages to different screens, you would have to create shortcuts with custom arguments and point the software to those shortcuts you created and assign screen number:

Ex. K-Meleon.exe Google

or you can have it go to private mode, just google your browsers list of arguments lots of possibilites from there (exclaimation mark)
Without thrid party software this can be done as well, though I do not have that level of knowledge regarding the operating system. The display is able to detect the different monitors so you should be able to script a tool mimic this simillary only to pin the application to that screen by embedded the command into an arugement. That'd take a lot longer too, if resources are not a problem eg. ram then I would go with the software personally and gives you more options/versality
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