How To Change Default Home Page Of A Web-Browser

Someone love Google to see on browser homepage and someone loves Yahoo or Bing. Every Web browsers come with there Default Home Page, but we can change this according to our need. There are so many of Web Browser available on the Internet, it’s not possible to talk about all, so we filter some of the most popular browser & talk about them.


How To Change The Web Browser’s Default Home Page 


Default Home page
Lets start with most popular Web Browser Google Chrome.

Google Chrome

  • Open Google Chrome.
  • Click on More  placed on upper right-hand.
  • Go to Settings it will appear in a drop-down menu.
  • Go to on startup menu.
  • Go to “Open a specific page or set of pages”.
  • Now set your page URL or you can use current pages on your home page.

Mozilla Firefox

  • Open the browser.
  • Go to the Menu  option you will found in the top right-hand corner.
  • Go to Option menu from the drop-down menu.
  • Go to General Tab
  • Now set your Home Page URL in Home Page filed.

Opera

  • Open the browser.
  • Go to Menu top left-hand corner.
  • Go to Settings from the drop-down menu.
  • Go to Basic menu.
  • Go to  Startup menu.
  • Go to “Open a specific page or set of pages”.
  • Go to Set pages.
  • Now set your Home Page URL and hit enter.
  • You can set Use Current Page as your home page.

Microsoft Edge

  • Open the browser.
  • Go to more placed in the top right-hand corner.
  • Go to Settings from the drop-down menu.
  • Go to “Open Microsoft Edge With”.
  • Now set your home page URL in A specific page or pages.

Netscape

  • Open the browser.
  • Go to Edit Menu.
  • Go to Preferences.
  • Go to Home Page & set your Home Page URL.

Internet Explorer

  • Open the browser.
  • Go to Tools placed in the top right -hand corner.
  • Go to Internet Option From the drop-down menu.
  • Go to General Tab & type your Home Page’s URL & Click on Apply.

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