Do you remember when all web browsers had a button that redirected you to a previously set home page? While Google is proud to have a clear user interface, some people are reminded of the days when you could click a button and return to your home page.
Showing or Hiding the Home Button
By default, Google Chrome hides the "Home" button on the taskbar to give users a clean interface. Some users, however, miss having a button that will bring you back to a specific webpage by clicking a button. The button is not gone forever, just follow these steps to restore it.
Start Chrome, click the menu icon, and then click Settings. Alternatively, enter
chrome: // settings / into the Omnibox to get there directly.
. Scroll down and under the "Appearance" heading, go to the "Show Home Button" option. 
As soon as you switch the Home button, it will appear between the Omnibox and the Refresh / Stop button.
button The default setting directs you to the New Tab page. However, if you click the + (plus) button to open a new tab, this is already the case. This makes this a bit unnecessary
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To get the most from the Home button, you can set it to that he leads to your favorite website by entering it in the field provided.
If you now click on the "Home" button you will be redirected to a specific URL rather than the page " New tab "to see.
If you want to hide the Home button, go back to
Chrome: // Settings and turn on "Show Home Button" in the off position.