Windows Vista looks and feels different than all previous versions of Windows. Vista has new programs, new features and an entirely new appearance that can be confusing and difficult to use. By default, Windows Vista includes the latest version of Windows Internet Explorer as its Web browser. Internet Explorer's default home page is MSN.com, but if you want a different website to appear when you open Internet Explorer, changing the home page is easy.
Open Internet Explorer, and navigate to the website you want to set as your home page.
Click on the "Tools" menu icon. Select "Internet Options."
Click on the "General" tab, and then click the "Use current" button in the "Home Page" section.
Click "OK" to save your changes. The next time you open Internet Explorer, you will have a new home page.
Tips & Warnings
- If you open multiple tabs to different websites and then click the "Use current" button to change your home page, Internet Explorer will set all of the active websites as your home page and launch with multiple active tabs.
- You can manually type the address of the site you want to set as your home page into the "Home Page" box. Set multiple home pages by giving each website address its own line.
- If you want to reset the default home page, click on the "Use Default" button under the "Home Page" section.
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