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ALl I Want is Google to be my homepage
Open your browser and in the address box left hand top type in www.google.com (add .au for Australia, .uk for United Kingdom etc)
When the google page loads click on "tools" then "options".
Click on the "general" tab and then select "use current"
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Have you tryed this? open "Internet Explorer" click on "tools" then click on "Internet Options" at the bottom. In the field under "Home page" type in http://www.google.com click apply at bottom then ok see if this works for you.
Posted on Jun 20, 2009
I'm sorry but you have unfortunately been picked at random by a secret organization that doesn't exist to endure a lifetime with Tatoodle. No more Google. However I don't exist neither so I'll help you."-}
For Firefox Web Browser:
If you need any thing clarified or more importantly if this doesn't work please let me know. Because it's most likely caused by Malware.
Posted on Oct 22, 2009
SOURCE: i have a hp notebook
go into your browser's setting to change or set homepage for that browser. there may even be a "reset to default (or previous)" setting, otherwise you will need to manually enter the web page you want. Note: many software installations change your homepage against your wishes and without asking your permission. Use good antivirus, firewall, and spyware prevention programs to avoid this.
Posted on Sep 13, 2010
Hi. This is fairly simple to fix.
First open firefox, from the way you describe it , then it opens to google.
Now go to the babylon website.
Next, click you tools tab, and then select options.
On the tab that says general is the place to make changes to your home page.
Right click on your address bar where you have babylon web address, and click copy, or copy link location, whichever it offers
Next delete the google address in the home page block, and paste the babylon one into it.
Then click ok.
Close your browser, wait about 15 seconds, this allows the system to recognize the changes, and then open firefox again.
Now you should have babylon as your home page instead of google.
Posted on Feb 07, 2011
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