How to Set a Custom Web Page on any browser’s Startup?

In this article, I am going to show you how to set a custom web page on any browser’s startup. Whenever you click on your browsers like google chrome, Microsoft edge, Mozilla firefox, Opera or any other browser then it shows a blank page or any other web page that you didn’t know, what is this and how it comes on the startup of your browser. Mostly when we install an app the publisher or developer of that app makes it own website as the startup of your browser. So if you are in the same cause, you are in the right place because here I am going to show you, how to make or set a custom web page on any browser’s startup and show also how to omit that from startup list.

Set a Custom Web Page on any browser’s Startup

Mostly, when we start our browser to find anything on the internet or check our social media’s account then we normally drive us to that Url. Like Facebook, Google plus, Google search or somethings like that, so the point is this that when we start our browser why it’s not going to startup itself. So here in the steps below, I will show how to make google.com as your browser’s startup or any other website or web page you like on your browser’s startup. No matter, what you are using, google chrome, firefox or opera.

Google Chrome

Step #1. Open a specific page that you want to set it on your browser startup, it can be any website you like on homepage of that website or somewhere else. After that click on the menu button from the upper-right corner, then select Settings from the list down below.

How to Set a Custom Web Page on any browser's Startup?

Chrome Menu

Step #2. On the startup section, select Open a specific page or set of pages option and then click the Set pages link.

How to Set a Custom Web Page on any browser's Startup?

Chrome Settings

Step #3. Now on the Startup pages, If you want to use the current tabs that you’re using on the startup of this browser then click use current pages, If no then you can enter your specific link address. To remove an Url just point your mouse to the right corner and click on X to omit that.

How to Set a Custom Web Page on any browser's Startup?

Chrome Startup Page

Step #4. Finally, when you are done adding the Url then Click OK to save changes.

How to Set a Custom Web Page on any browser's Startup?

Save Changes

Mozilla Firefox

Step #1. The same goes with Mozilla firefox, visit the web pages or websites, you want to open it automatically when the browser starts. After that click on the menu button from the upper-right corner, then select Options from the list down below.

How to Set a Custom Web Page on any browser's Startup?

Firefox Menu

Step #2. Select General from the dashboard of firefox and on the “When firefox starts:” select Show my home page.

How to Set a Custom Web Page on any browser's Startup?

Firefox Options

Step #3. Click on Use current pages or you can use your bookmarks of your browser. If you want to enter your home page or your website Url then clean the link and enter your custom site or homepage Url that you want to appear in the startup of firefox. Simply to save changes just close the tab (Ctrl+W) and you are done.

How to Set a Custom Web Page on any browser's Startup?

Done

Microsoft Edge

Step #1. On Microsoft edge browser, click on 3 dots from the upper right corner and choose Settings from the listed down below.

How to Set a Custom Web Page on any browser's Startup?

Edge Menu

Step #2. On the Open with option, select A specific page or pages and select Custom in the drop-down list below.

How to Set a Custom Web Page on any browser's Startup?

Open with

Step #3. Now enter the URL of your homepage or any website that you want to start in the startup of Microsoft edge browser. Finally, click on add button or enter to save the URL. That’s it, you are done.

How to Set a Custom Web Page on any browser's Startup?

Add Site to list

Opera

Step #1. Click the Opera Menu button in the upper-left corner, and select Settings from the listed down. Or simply press Alt+P to open Settings.

How to Set a Custom Web Page on any browser's Startup?

Opera Menu

Step #2.When you click on Settings(Alt+P) then it must drive you to the startup section, select Open a specific page or set of pages option and then click the Set pages link.

How to Set a Custom Web Page on any browser's Startup?

Opera Settings

Step #3. Now on the Startup pages, If you want to use the current tabs that you’re using on the startup of this browser then click use current pages, If no then you can enter your specific link address. To remove an Url just point your mouse to the right corner and click on X to remove that.

How to Set a Custom Web Page on any browser's Startup?

Opera Startup Settings

 

Step #4. Finally, when you are done adding the Url then Click OK to save changes.

How to Set a Custom Web Page on any browser's Startup?

Save Changes

Internet Explorer

Step #1. Open internet explorer browser and from the upper right corner click on the settings icon and select Internet Options from the list down below.

How to Set a Custom Web Page on any browser's Startup?

Internet Explorer Menu

Step #2. On the General tab, you will find the startup options, select Start with Home page from Startup section, and click and add use current tab, use default or use a new tab, that you want to startup on your browser. Finally, add your tabs on homepages section and to save changes just click OK.

How to Set a Custom Web Page on any browser's Startup?

Internet Options

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