Setting Your Home Page

Every time you start Internet Explorer, it loads the page you designate as your home page. By default, Microsoft takes you to, where you can follow links to assemble a home page based on your own interests. You can designate any web page as your home page; if you're connected to a company intranet, you might prefer to set a local page to load automatically at startup.

To reset your home page, load the page you want to use, choose View, Internet Options, and click the General tab (see Figure 18.11). Click Use Current to set the current page as your home page. Click Use Default to restore the default Microsoft home page. Click Use Blank to replace the home page with a blank page that loads instantly. ...

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