We’ve been talking about Chrome’s new look this week. One nice new feature is the ability to customize the shortcuts pictured on the New tab page.

When you open a new tab in Chrome, the shortcuts below the search box show your most frequently visited pages. Now, you’ll be able to customize the page to show your favorite sites.

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To change a shortcut, hover over it with a cursor until you see a three-dot menu option.

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You can type in the name of a new shortcut and add the URL or you can select Remove.

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To add a shortcut, click the + button.

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Type in the name and web address of the shortcut.

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To restore the default shortcuts, click the gear at the bottom-right of the page.

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Select Restore default shortcuts.

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