How to make the Website into a Windows App
If you wish to access https://murlishabdavali.brahmakumaris.com website regularly, you can turn it into a native Windows app. This will enable you to use the website as if it were a normal app. You can use Google Chrome or Microsoft Edge to create this app.
How the Website App Works
The website will look and work exactly the same in the app as it does in the web browser. The only difference you’ll see is that there won’t be any browser elements in the app window, such as the bookmarks bar, address bar, and other toolbar elements.
If you use Chrome, the website app will use Chrome in the background. If you use Edge, the browser app will use Microsoft Edge. However, normal browser elements are stripped off so that you get the actual app-like experience. This web app will have its own separate window, taskbar icon, and desktop shortcut.
Turn the Website into an App using Google Chrome
First, open the website https://murlishabdavali.brahmakumaris.com in Google Chrome.
Now, click the menu button (three dots) on the top-right corner of the window and select More Tools > Create Shortcut.
A prompt will appear asking for the app name. Enter a name for the app, enable the “Open as window” checkbox, and click “Create.”
Now, Chrome will create an app for the website and add it as a desktop icon.
Turn the Website into an App using Microsoft Edge
You can also use Microsoft Edge to make the website into an app. This creates exactly the same kind of app that Chrome does. After all, Microsoft Edge and Chrome are both based on the same underlying open-source Chromium code.
First, open the website https://murlishabdavali.brahmakumaris.com/ in Microsoft Edge.
Now, click the menu button (three dots) on the top-right corner of the window and select Apps > Install this site as an app.
Type a name for this new app, then click “Install.” After it is installed, tick the checkbox – Create Desktop shortcut.
You can now launch your newly created app from the desktop.