Google search, YouTube, and Gmail are three of the most visited websites on earth. Billions of PC and mobile users visit these websites every day, and many people spend hours on these websites.
If you also visit these websites multiple times in a day on your PC, you probably want to pin Google, YouTube, and Gmail to Windows 10 taskbar so that you can access these websites with the click of a mouse.
Pinning a website to Windows 10 taskbar is as simple as pinning a program to the taskbar. You can either use the default Edge browser or the popular Chrome browser to pin Google, YouTube, and Gmail to Windows 10 taskbar.
Once you pin these websites to Windows 10 taskbar, you just need to click on their respective icons on the taskbar to open them in the web browser which you used to pin a website to Windows 10 taskbar. For instance, if you use Edge browser to pin YouTube to the taskbar, the YouTube website will be opened with Edge browser only when you click on the YouTube icon on the taskbar, irrespective of the default web browser status on your PC.
Use Edge to pin Google, YouTube, and Gmail to Windows 10 taskbar
Step 1: Open YouTube, Google, and Gmail websites in your Edge browser. If you want to pin any one or two of these, please open the website which you want to pin to the taskbar.
Step 2: Switch to the tab where YouTube page is open.
Step 3: Click the More icon (refer to the picture below) and then click Pin this page to the taskbar option pin the current webpage (YouTube) to the taskbar.
Repeat these two steps (step 2 and 3) for other websites (Gmail and Google) that you want to pin to the taskbar.
Using this method you can pin your favorite video or any other page to the taskbar in Windows 10.
Use Chrome to pin Google, YouTube, and Gmail to Windows 10 taskbar
Step 1: Open YouTube website in Chrome browser.
Step 2: Click the three dots icon (refer to the picture below), click More tools and then click Add to desktop option.
NOTE: If you are getting Add to taskbar option instead, simply click on it, enter a name for the website, and then click Add button to pin to the taskbar.
Step 3: Enter a name for the website (YouTube or whatever you would like to call), and then click Add button to create the shortcut of YouTube on the desktop.
Step 4: Finally, drag and drop of the YouTube shortcut from desktop to the taskbar to pin it the taskbar. Simple as that!
Repeat the procedure for Gmail and Google websites to pin them to Windows 10 taskbar.