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How to Make Tiscali My Home Page

Updated April 17, 2017

Tiscali, a branch of the TalkTalk Group, is a leading European telecommunications provider, offering a vast array of services including Internet access, VoIP telephone services and television services. If you regularly access any Tiscali or TalkTalk Web page, you can save time by setting it as your Web browser's home page. The manner in which you do so depends on the Web browser you use.

Open an Internet Explorer window. Type the Web address of the Tiscali page you want to make your home page into the address bar. Press "Enter."

Go to the "Tools" menu on the toolbar. Select "Internet Options."

Go to the "General" tab of the "Internet Options" dialogue box.

Click the "Use Current" button in the "Home Page" section.

Click "OK" to apply the changes.

Open a Mozilla Firefox window. Type the Web address of the Tiscali page you want to make your home page into the address bar. Press "Enter."

Click "Tools" on the toolbar. Select "Options."

Go to the "General" tab of the "Options" dialogue box.

Click "Use Current Page" in the "Startup" group.

Click "OK" to save your changes.

Open a Safari Web browser window. Type the address of the Tiscali Web page you want to make your home page. Press "Enter."

Click "Safari" on the toolbar. Select "Preferences."

Select "General" from the "Preferences" menu.

Click the "Set to Current" button under "Home Page."

Close the "Preferences" dialogue box.

Open a Google Chrome browser window. Type the address of the specific Tiscali Web page that you want to make your home page into the address bar and press "Enter."

Click the "Tools" button, which looks like a small wrench in the upper right corner. Select "Options."

Go to the "Basics" tab of the "Google Chrome Options" window.

Click the "Use Current" button in the "On Startup" section.

Click the "Close" button on the "Google Chrome Options" window.

Open an Opera Web browser window. Type the address of the specific Tiscali page you want to make your home page into the address bar and press "Enter."

Click "Tools" on the toolbar. Select "Preferences."

Go to the "General" tab of the "Preferences" window.

Click "Set Current Page as Home Page."

Click "OK" to apply the changes.

Things You'll Need

  • Internet Explorer, Firefox, Safari, Google Chrome or Opera
  • Windows XP, Vista or 7
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Tricia Goss' credits include Fitness Plus, Good News Tucson and Layover Magazine. She is certified in Microsoft application and served as the newsletter editor for OfficeUsers.org. She has also contributed to The Dollar Stretcher, Life Tips and Childcare Magazine.