Going off your original comment, you can achieve the above using
On Task Scheduler, right-click on the
Task Scheduler Library and choose
Create Basic Task
The first step is pretty trivial - Give your task a name and description.
You want it to run daily, so you don't need to do anything for the next step.
On the next step choose a starting date and time and how often you want the task to repeat.
Action stage of the Wizard select the
Start a program option. This is where you will need to specify the location of the application
(Google Chrome) you want to execute and any additional parameters. Specify the website you want to open in the
Add arguments section. As an example I've used
Once that is done, click
Next and then
Finish. Google Chrome should now open at the specified time every day and it should load the website listed in the Add arguments section.
Additional Notes: If you can't find where Google Chrome is located, right-click and go into its properties. On the
Shortcut tab, the
Target field is what you need.
From the comment by @TravisHeeter
You can also use a "Weekly" trigger to have the task run on week days:
Also, for any scheduled task to work, you may have to restart your computer. You can test your task after it's created:
Make sure it's selected in the middle column, then click "Run":
If nothing happens, your task didn't work, and a restart should be considered.