If you are using the Firefox or Edge browsers, you may wish to set Google as your homepage. Doing this simplifies life for you. For most of us, Google tends to be the first site that we visit when we open our computers. If that is the case, then here is how you set Google as your homepage in Firefox and Edge.
How to set Google as the homepage in Mozilla Firefox
To set Google as your homepage in Firefox, all that you need to do is the following;
- Open your Firefox browser
- Click on the three lines to the extreme top right of your screen.
- Choose “Options.” You can also choose “Options,” by first clicking on Tools.
- In the Tab that opens, click on “Home.”
- Type in www.google.com in the space below “Custom URLs.
That’s it. Now Google will be set as the homepage in your Mozilla Firefox browser.
How to set Google as the homepage in Edge
If you are using the Edge browser on your computer, these are the steps that you need to take to set Google as you homepage;
- Click on the button with the 3 dots to the top right of your screen.
- Choose Settings.
- Click on View Advanced Settings
- Make sure “Show the home button,” is turned on.
- In the dropdown menu immediately below that, choose “A specific page.”
- Type in “www.google.com,” to make Google your homepage in Edge
Now whenever you open Edge, you will immediately be taken to Google. This is a great in that it gets you going without having to view all the clutter that appears in the default Edge homepage. Feel free to leave your comments in the section below if you wish to make contributions. Looking to restore a browsing session in Firefox? Follow the provided link for more on how you go about doing it.