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Follow these steps to adjust your homepage settings:
Click the Chrome menu on the browser toolbar.
Add the home button to the browser toolbar
Homepage button is off by default. Select the "Show Home button" checkbox in the "Appearance" section to show it on the browser toolbar.
Set your homepage
When the "Show Home button" checkbox is selected, a web address appears below it. If you want the Homepage button to open up a different webpage, click Change to enter a link. You can also choose the New tab page as your homepage.
in Internet explorer load desired page e.g. www.google.com
click on: Tools
click on: Internet Options
clck on: tab "use current"
you can then go to tools, manage addons and disable "ask"
similar process for firefox
Using Windows XP: Go to Start/Control Panel/Switch to classic view/Internet Options you will see an address bar where you home page is simply type in the specific website. Using Windows 7/Vista Go to Start/Control Panel/Internet Options/ and change website shown.
if you go to the aol site you can select on that page 'make this my homepage' (or simular to that) if that fails go to your control panel then internet options and type in the aol webpage there and apply