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Chapter 53. Internet Explorer > Setting a Home Page

Setting a Home Page

When you first run Internet Explorer, the first page you'll see asks you to indicate the country you're in and your language. It then takes you to the Microsoft Network's home page. Of course, Microsoft would love for you to keep that as your home page (the first page your browser shows you) because the more people who visit that page every day, the more money Microsoft makes from its advertisers. But you don't have to keep that as your home page. You can go to any Web page you want and make that your home page. And if you change your mind, you can always go back later and set a new home page.

For this example, I'll show you how to make my Web site, www.pcanswer.com, your home page. I admit I'm taking unfair advantage of my captive audience here, trying to get you to make my page your home page. But I'm not a monopolist and, besides, you can substitute any page you want for mine.


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