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To set your homepage to google using IE go to the gear icon/internet options set homepage to (http://www.google.ca/ in Canada or .com or whatever country you are in) Using Firefox Firefox icon/Options/options general tab home page type (http://www.google.ca/ in Canada or .com or whatever country you are in) Using Opera Opera icon/settings/preferences general tab home page type (http://www.google.ca/ in Canada or .com or whatever country you are in) Using Safari either you have a set of horizontal bars at the top right then choose settings/ On startup open a specific page or pages, set pages sometimes the gear icon is at the top right if so choose preferences/homepage type (http://www.google.ca/ in Canada or .com or whatever country you are in) Using Chrome Gear icon/preferences/homepage type (http://www.google.ca/ in Canada or .com or whatever country you are in)
Posted on Nov 26, 2013
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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
SOURCE: I seem to have acquired
open your internet explorer, go to tools, internet options and in the popup window will come up with your home page highlighted. Delete the content in there and change it to yahoo, or whatever site you would like
Posted on Oct 10, 2010
SOURCE: How do I get rid of alot?
First, do a clean restart of your PC
Then, check in View, Toolbars and if it shows up there, click to remove the check in front of it, then click to put a check in front of Lock Toolbars.
Then shut down IE.
Also, go into Control Panel, Add-Remove and remove the listing for the AOL toolbar.
Finally, look into Tools, Manage Add-ons, and if there is a listing for it there, remove that one, too.
Bring IE back up and see if it is gone now. It certainly should be.
Let us know?
Posted on Apr 10, 2012
You need to provide the operating system and the browser information. There is usually an Internet Options control panel somewhere in the operating system. It usually has the option to enter the address of a new home page on the top layer of the menus in the control panel, then it gives you the option to apply the change.
Posted on Oct 27, 2013
SOURCE: set google as homepage
Very easy to answer. I assume that you are using internet explorer as your browser. If so you simply go to the tools pull-down menu, then choose the last litem on the menu which is internet options, after this the first item is to set your homepage. Either go to google.com and enter "use current" or type google.com in the box provided. Thant's it.
Posted on Nov 15, 2013
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