Tuesday, 15 January 2008 13:13

How To Change Your Home Page

    

 

After opening your browser you may notice that your home page has been changed to a website that you do not visit and you may not remember changing it.  This may have happened if you have recently visited a website that displayed pop-up style questions asking if you agree to change your home page.  Often people simply click on the yes button just to get rid of the pop-up instead of clicking on the X to close it.

 

The installation of a new program on your computer may also change your home page.  Follow these easy instructions to set your browser's homepage to your favorite website.



Internet Explorer

 

  1. Click on the Tools menu, then Internet Options
  2. Type in the name of a homepage you want the browser to display when you first open it. (eg. http://www.yahoo.com/)
  3. You can also either click on "use current" which will set the current page you are on to your homepage.  Or you can click on "Use blank" which will open a blank browser window.

 

If you are using Internet Explorer version 7, you can set up multiple home pages by following step 2 above, hitting the enter key and entering a new website address beneath the first.  This will open all sites listed in separate tabs.

 

Google Chrome 

 

 

  1. On the right of the address bar, click on the tool icon.
  2. Select Options
  3. Listed there you will find home page options.  Click the "open this page" radio button and input your home page address.
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