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Firefox allows you to set your Home page screen to whatever page you want. Sometimes you find a page so useful, you want ...
to see it every time you fire up your web browser. Perhaps it's a favorite search engine or online email service, a site you check every time you log on or a personal or business site you need to keep tabs on. If you want, you can also set Firefox to open multiple home pages each time the browsers is run.
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Set Your Firefox Home Pages
Hi. This is Mike Callahan, Doctor File Finder and welcome to your Butterscotch.com tutorial and Setting your homepage in Firefox.
Now, often you may have your homepage set and then installing a program or change it so it’s important that you know how to set your homepage and to know that you could have actually more than one homepage.
So right now I’m on iGoogle. I’m going to create a new tab using speed dial. Find a tutorial on that. Now I’m going to into Tools, Options click on the main tab. Now you see here shows that iGoogle is the homepage and I have one Firefox starts to show my homepage, start with a blank page or show the windows and tabs from the last session.
Now I want to start with the homepage but I’d like to use iGoogle and Butterscotch so I can say Use Current Pages. So what it does is it adds Butterscotch. So now when I open Firefox, I have both pages opened. I have iGoogle and I have Butterscotch.
So this is an easy way to set your homepage. You can actually have three, four, five pages all open each time you open your browser if you like and that’s all there is to it.