How to write a quick executable to open website?

So I use Firefox as my default web browser, and I use Windows Live as my primary email. I have a cool quick-launch gadget for Google Sidebar and I want one of the quick launch buttons to open Firefox and direct it to live.com, so I created a .html with one line:

<meta HTTP-EQUIV="REFRESH" content="0; url=http://live.com">/

When opening the file from my desktop, it works just fine. It opens Firefox (or creates a new tab if it's already open) and directs me to live.com. However, the Sidebar Gadget only opens .exe files. How do I write a quick .exe to open the .html I made?

Update:

The computer this is for is running Vista.

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  • 1 decade ago
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    I made one for you, here it is;

    http://www.mediafire.com/?qnxz9r0ahq64feb

    enjoy.

    BTW it's a flash file converted to an exe so as long as you've got flash player 9 or 10 installed it should work just fine.

  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    right click on the webpage and click "save page as..." then go to desktop in the filechooser save it voila

    now open it on you desktop

    or

    if you want create a batch file save it as something like "mypage.bat"

    put this line in it

    start http://www.live.com/

  • Nik
    Lv 7
    1 decade ago

    You can make Command prompt open anything web sites computer programs.

    just open notepad.Write

    start http://www.google.com/

    save it on your desktop as test.bat or something

    You can make it open anything from

    start wmplayer

    Have fun

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