Opening Multiple Websites at once.

Every day, I have a routine to visit multiple websites to check what’s going on. Instead of opening the websites one by one. I created a batch file to open these websites for me.

I created one for morning activities, break time and one for the evening routine.

For my morning activity. This is my batch file, let’s call it as websites_for_morning.bat file or simply am.bat. This is to check some of my favorite websites. Of course, you can create your own list of websites.

@echo off 
start "Facebok" "" 
ping -n 1 -w 1000 > nul
tart "Yehey" ""
start "Acknowledgement" "" 
start "SimpliLearn" "" 
start "MAJ" "" 
start "OWASP" "" 
start "Metasploit" ""
start "portswigger" ""
start "JavaScript" ""
start "Python" ""

My break time websites, I call it break.bat file.

@echo off 
start "NBA" "" 
ping -n 1 -w 1000 > nul
start "Youtube" ""
start "Acknowledgement" "" 
start "Gmail" ""

For my evening, I call it websites_for_evening.bat or simply pm.bat file.

@echo off 
start "QUE" "" 
ping -n 1 -w 1000 > nul
start "Netflix" ""
start "Disney+" "" 
start "AmazonVideo" ""
start "Acknowledgement" "" 

The above batch files is designed for Chrome explorer. If you haven’t notice, I always go to website at least once a day to read Bible Verse. And of course, check in here at website to make sure everything is running smoothly.

Below codes is for Microsoft Internet Explorer, same concept but different syntax.

Set ieobj = CreateObject("InternetExplorer.Application")
ieobj.Visible = True
ieobj.Navigate2 ""
ieobj.Navigate2 "", 2048
ieobj.Navigate2 "", 2048 
ieobj.Navigate2 "", 2048   

These batch files will save you 15-30 minutes a day. Cheers for now.

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