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I'd like to open three tabs when ever I open IE8. I've found where to define the start page, but how do I define the other two tabs?

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Jared Harley is corect. If you want to do that using Registry Editor then go to HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Internet Explorer\Main

Here Start Page(String value) value is for main home page. Set main home page here. And Secondary Start Pages(Multi-string value) value is for other home pages. Write home pages in different line here.

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See here for how to add multi string values for the Secondary Start Pages – Matthew Lock Jul 31 '14 at 6:44

In the Internet Explorer settings window, under the "General" tab, type in each webpage you want to open on its own line and click OK.

settings window

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Alternatively, open the tabs you want, then go to Tools, Internet Options and click "Use current". – Bavi_H Jun 12 '10 at 0:22

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