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:
  1. Search for Chrome and open file location
  2. Right-click on it and then Create Shortcut
  3. Yes to the prompt
  4. 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)

  5. Find the Chrome shortcut, and click properties
  6. Go to the very end of the Target field, then add a space then the URL. Click OK and Apply.
  7. Then rename the Google Chrome shortcut to something more memorable.