You can set your Web browser to display any website you wish when you launch the program. This page becomes the user's homepage.The process for changing your homepage is slightly different depending on whether you use Microsoft Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox or Apple's Safari Web browser.
Navigate to the website you wish to use as your homepage. This can be done by typing the address of the website into the URL bar at the top of the screen. For example, typing www.ehow.com will take you to eHow's main page.
Click the Tools menu at the top of your browser window and select "Internet Options" from the drop-down menu. An "Internet Options" box will appear.
Select the "General" tab in the Internet Options box and click the button labeled "Use Current." This will set your homepage to the current page in your browser.
Navigate to the desired website you wish to use a your homepage using Mozilla Firefox.
Click the Firefox menu heading on the menu bar and select "Preferences" from the drop-down menu. A dialog box will appear.
Select "Use Current Page" and your homepage will be reset to the current page. Another option is to click on the icon to the left of the preferred website address and drag it to the "Home" toolbar button.
Navigate to the website you wish to make your homepage by using the Safari browser. Click the Safari menu in the upper-left corner of the screen.
Select "Preferences" from the drop-down menu and a new box will appear. Click the light switch icon labeled "General."
Look for the address of the website you navigated to. It should appear in a box halfway down. Click the button below the box that says, "Set to Current Page." This will set your new homepage.
- Some websites offer a "Make This Your Home Page" button. If you accidentally click this button, simply follow the directions for your browser to restore your old homepage.
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