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I open the same 20 sites daily from Favourites but I'm looking for a way to load all 10 or 20 sites sites with one or two clicks. Currently, I have all of them in a folder and I choose "open in tab group" but the pages never load completely! So, I have to click on each tab and press "Enter" in the URL bar to reload them completely which is annoying.

I'm looking for a simple program or way that loads sites properly. Suggestions?

Win 7 64-bit.

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I'd repeatedly press Ctrl-Tab, Ctrl-R – artistoex Dec 3 '11 at 21:25
In what way?... – verve Dec 3 '11 at 21:58
Ctrl-Tab selects the next tab, Ctrl-R reloads it – artistoex Dec 3 '11 at 22:46

Opera is a simple and customizable program that generally loads sites properly. Works well on your specified OS.

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I don't like Opera. I've got Chrome & Firefox but I still prefer IE because I don't like how sites look in them. – verve Dec 3 '11 at 22:01

I know AutoHotKey scipts can detect if a page has finished loading. Perhaps, you want to check that out.

The script will

. . .navigate and wait until a webpage is completely loaded in an Internet Explorer.

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