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How To Change The Firefox And Netscape Home Page

By default, Firefox and Netscape configure their browsers to load up their own default Home Pages when started. This occurs because the Home Page settings are preset to launch their own company web sites. But this Home Page setting can be changed to allow you to load the web site of your choice. Therefore, this technical brief will show you how to change the Firefox and Netscape Default Browser Home Pages.

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Changing The Firefox Browser Home Page

  1. Begin by launching Firefox in the manner you normally do.
  2. When Firefox loads, click on the word Tools located in the top tool bar area.
  3. This will pull down a menu for you to now click on Options.
  4. Then click on the General Tab in the Options window if it's not already selected for you.
  5. In the Home Page area next to the word Location(s):, type in a default Website to load.
  6. To do this simply delete the existing contents from the white box and type in www.yahoo.com
  7. You do not have to precede your Website entry with the http:// prefix.
  8. Then click on the OK button to save your changes and exit the Options Window.
  9. Now the next time Firefox loads, it will launch the new default Home Page you entered.

Changing The Netscape Browser Home Page

  1. Begin by launching Netscape in the manner you normally do.
  2. When Netscape loads, click on the word Edit located in the top tool bar area.
  3. This will pull down a menu for you to now click on Preferences.
  4. In the Category area on the left side of the screen, ensure the Navigator category is highlighted.
  5. Then for the Home Page section in the center of the screen, type in a default Website to load.
  6. To do this simply delete the existing contents from the white box and type in www.yahoo.com
  7. You do not have to precede your Website entry with the http:// prefix.
  8. Then click on the OK button to save your changes and exit the Preferences Window.
  9. Now the next time Netscape loads, it will launch the new default Home Page you entered.

You Can Also Do This For Internet Explorer By Reading: Changing Internet Explorer Home Page

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