A Web browser's home page is the first page that loads when you launch the browser. The home page can be configured easily using the menus within the Web browser, allowing you to set your home page to whatever you want to see when you launch your browser. Setting the Firefox website to your home page can be done in just a few seconds regardless of which browser you prefer.
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Launch your Internet Explorer Web browser.
Click the "Tools" menu at the top of the screen and select "Internet Options."
Select the "General" tab. In the area labelled "Home Page," enter the URL, or Web address, of the Firefox website, "mozilla.com/firefox". If you have loaded the Firefox home page in your Internet Explorer window, you can simply click the “Use Current” button.
Click the "OK" button.
Click the "Home" icon in the menu bar of Internet Explorer to verify that your new home page setting has saved properly.
Launch the Firefox Web browser.
Click the "Firefox" menu at the top of the window. Select "Options" and select "Options" again from the menu that slides out.
Select the "General" tab. Locate the When Firefox Starts drop-down menu and select "Show My Home Page."
Enter the URL, or Web address, of the Firefox website in the Home Page box. If you have already loaded the Firefox home page, you can simply click the “Use Current Page” button. Click "OK" to save your settings.
Click the "Home" icon in the toolbar at the top of the Firefox window to verify that your home page settings have saved properly.
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