Sometimes, it can be hard to pick just one of anything. Just one flavor of ice cream. Just one kind of soda. It’s the same with choosing a home page. No worries! Firefox has a solution, explained in this tip from Firefox contributor Carmen C.
“I can’t pick just one home page, so I set Firefox to open three when I start: my work email client, Facebook and a news site. To set it up, I open a new window and load the first site. Then I load the other sites in new tabs and click on Firefox > Options (Preferences on a Mac) in the menu bar. Under the General panel I choose ‘Use Current Pages’.”
Thanks Carmen! We know it’s hard to pick just one home page these days. Read this for more information on setting your home page.
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