If you have a lot of shortcuts that open in Internet Explorer, you may need to create Chrome shortcuts if the URL no longer supports Internet Explorer compatibility.
To do this:
- Search for Chrome and open file location
- Right-click on it and then Create Shortcut
- Yes to the prompt
- Copy the desired URL you want the shortcut to open, (you'll find this by right-clicking on the Internet Explorer shortcut, clicking Properties, and copy from the URL field in the Web Document tab)
- Find the Chrome shortcut, and click properties
- Go to the very end of the Target field, then add a space then the URL. Click OK and Apply.
- Then rename the Google Chrome shortcut to something more memorable.