My MSN is an Internet website that delivers news, entertainment and current events to one place. The website is owned by Microsoft and also connects you to Hotmail, Bing and other Microsoft-owned online products. If you decide to make My MSN your home page, you will have access to personalised Internet information that you want to see when you go online to surf websites and explore the Internet.
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Use your username and password to log into My MSN. If you do not have a username and password, you can set one up by clicking the "Sign In" button and then the "Sign Up" button. If you do not log in, the cookies in Internet Explorer will not remember any information such as your location, news that you are interested in or Web information that you want to see on your My MSN home page, according to the Windows Live Help Support website.
Click on the "Tools" tab on your Internet Explorer or Firefox Web browser.
Click on the last link available in the Tools menu, which is "Options" if you are using Firefox or "Internet Options" if you are using Internet Explorer.
Click on the "Home Page" section of the menu and then click "Set as Home Page." Or, you can type the Internet Web address into the blank field and click "Set as Home Page" for Internet Explorer or click "Use Current Page" for Firefox.
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