Want to know how to make Google your homepage? Looking for answers to your queries can be very frustrating but with an easy access to Google, things can be simple and manageable. You might also have a burning question in mind which Google can help you find the answer to. Follow the steps below to help you make Google your homepage on Chrome or Safari.
How to Make Google Your Homepage in 4 Easy Steps
Step 1: Open your Internet browser
The first step to make Google your homepage is to open your Internet browser. To open Chrome, double-click the circle icon with four colors: red, yellow, green, and blue. To open Safari, double-click the blue compass icon.
Step 2: Open the browser settings
To go to Chrome’s settings, click the Settings icon in the upper right corner of the browser. It’s the icon with three dots stacked on top of each other. For Safari, click the preferences tab on the left side of your screen.
Step 3: Make Google Your Homepage
On Chrome’s settings, look for the term “on startup” towards the bottom of the page. There will be three buttons here. Click the button beside the words “open a specific page or set of pages.” Once you click the button, a text box will appear under it. On the text box, type http://www.google.com/.
To make google your homepage on Safari, look for the text box beside the word “homepage.” Delete the text there and change it with https://www.google.com/.
Step 4: Reopen your browser
After typing the Google website into the text box of Chrome or Safari, close the browser and refresh your desktop by hitting the F5 key on your keyboard. After this, reopen a Chrome or Safari browser. If you followed the steps right, the first thing you’ll see on the browser is the Google homepage.
Want to watch a live demonstration of how to make Google your homepage on Google Chrome? See these steps in action by watching this video from Foxy Tech Tips:
Now you know how to make Google your homepage on Chrome or Safari. By following these steps, you’ll be able to access the Google homepage right away. This will make it easier for you to find answers to almost any questions you may have in mind.
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