How to open Scheduler in full screen

STEP 1 (how to open Chrome in full screen)

  • Right click (or tap and hold on tablet) on the Google Chrome icon from my desktop
  • Select Properties
  • Select Shortcut tab
  • In Target box, change path to say “C:\Program Files\Google\Chrome\Application\chrome.exe” –start-fullscreen

STEP 2 (how to set the page you want Chrome to automatically open)

  • Go back to desktop and click/tap Chrome icon (which should now open full screen)
  • Tap and hold finger on screen and then tap the X to temporarily exit the full screen (or if you’re using a keyboard, press F11)
  • Select the 3 vertical dots (top right of screen)
  • Select settings
  • Go down to ‘On Start-Up’ section, check ‘Open a specific page or set of pages’ and enter the desired website/URL you want Chrome to open

STEP 3 (how to automatically open Chrome on start up)

  • Press the Windows key and R together to open the run dialog (if using a tablet, search for the word ‘run’)
  • Type in shell:startup and press OK, an explorer window will open up
  • Copy and paste the Chrome icon from your desktop to this window
  • Restart your device and Chrome should automatically launch