Google is the map catalog of the modern library of Alexandria. How else can you hope for the 4.5 billion pages that summarize all human knowledge? If you want to start each new day with a look at Google (and the Easter Eggs), you can set Google.com as the homepage in any large browser on both the desktop and the phone.
The Omnibox / URL bar in Chrome is also a search box and provides results from Google. Just start writing a query. However, if you would like your browser and new tabs to open on Google.com, go to the top-right corner of the browser and select the three-dot menu ()> Preferences> Appearance. Turn the switch next to "Show Home Button" and check the box next to the text box. Enter www.google.com in the text box, close the browser and open it to display the new homepage.
In Microsoft Edge Browser Click the three-dot menu at the top right (), select Settings and locate the "Open Microsoft Edge with" drop-down menu. Select "A specific page or pages" from the menu and enter http://www.google.com in the text box below. Click the "Save" button. The new page is created. You also have the option to open Edge with two tabs. Google and PCMag.com. Just click "Add New Page" and enter your second selection. Close and open the browser to display the new homepage.
Click the small gear icon above () Click Internet Options in the right corner of the menu bar. On the General tab, you can insert a new start page in the text box at the top of the window. Delete what you have right now and replace it with http://www.google.com. Then click OK. As with Edge, there is also the option to open IE on multiple tabs. Add other sites in separate lines. Close the browser and open it again to display the new homepage.
Open Firefox and navigate to Google.com. Then drag the tab and Home button in the menu bar. Click Yes at the prompt to set the new home page.
You can also set the Home page by clicking the Hamburger Menu () in the top right corner and selecting Options> Start . In the Homepage and new windows section, select Custom URLs from the drop-down menu and enter http://www.google.com in the box below to make it your home page.
Select Safari> Preferences> General from the menu bar at the top of your Mac screen. In the Homepage area, type www.google.com in the text box and press Enter.
If you are using an Android phone, you probably have the Chrome app. To change your homepage on your phone, go to More> Settings> Homepage> Open this page. Then enter "http://www.google.com" in the text box and click "Save."
In Firefox for Android, go to More> Settings> General> Start> Set Homepage> Custom, and enter http: // www .google.com in the text box.
. Apple iPhone is not compatible with homepages You use Safari or another browser like Chrome. Instead, you can create links. Navigate to Google.com on Safari. At the bottom of the screen, select the icon with an arrow from a page. Select "Add to Home" to add an icon to the iOS Home screen. Click on it if you need quick access to Google.com.