By default, Google Chrome comes with a blank homepage or Google search bar. But how to set homepage in Chrome per our requirement? In fact, you have three options to set up when this browser launches. The options are Open the New Tab page, Continue where you left off and Open a specific page or set of pages.
Also, you may want to setup homepage whenever you open a new tab. By default, Chrome opens a blank page. For this, there is something called Google Chrome Home Button, which is by default disabled. You can enable Home Button in the Settings->Appearance.
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Steps to set homepage in Chrome
- Open Google Chrome browser.
- Click on the Chrome menu, which is three vertical dots on the right-hand side of the browser window.
- Now click settings from the drop-down menu. You can also type in chrome://settings in the address bar and hit enter.
- Scroll down in the Settings menu and look for the section called On start-up. You can also search settings for this keyword “New Tab”.
- On start-up has three options. Select either of it per your need.Open the New Tab Page – Whenever you fire up Chrome browser, you will see a new tab page.
Continue where you left off – This option restores the previous browsing session from where you left off Chrome.
Open a specific page or set of pages – With this option, you can set a particular page or even group of web pages as the homepage. So, whenever you launch Chrome, all these pages would open for you.
- There is no Save option, and the setting will be automatically saved.
- You can verify everything by restarting the Google Chrome browser.