How to set multiple Home pages in windows Edge browser
Windows 10 has a new browser called Microsoft Edge. It’s clean, fast, and more intuitive than Internet Explorer. And it also comes with many customization options. In this blog post, we will discuss settings related to the home page and also discuss how to set multiple home pages in windows edge Browser.
Set Multiple Home Page on Windows Edge Browser
On Windows 10 You can easily change the home page or set multiple home pages on your Microsoft Edge by navigating to the Settings flyout. To do this first open the Edge browser and click the ellipsis (three dots) present at the top right corner of the Window.
Here click on settings- Scroll down a bit and find the Open with section
Here you can set Edge browser to open with:
1. Start page 2. New tab page 3. Previous pages 4. A specific page or pages.
If you select “Start page”, this will show the Microsoft Edge’s default start screen, when you launch the browser.
On next If you select “New tab page”, it will open a new tab when you launch the browser.
In case you select “Previous pages”, it will open all the previous pages that were open in the last session when you closed the browser.
If you select “A specific page or pages”, you can choose either “MSN”, “Bing” or a “Custom” option.
Custom option will enable you to set a custom URL or multiple URLs as home page of the browser, which will automatically open when you launch Microsoft Edge.
For ex: http:www.windows101tricks.com http:www.procuctserialkeys.com http:activatorworld.com
To set multiple home pages in the Edge browser, first, select “A specific page or pages” in the settings panel, then select “Custom” from the dropdown menu and enter the URLs one-by-one by pressing the enter key. This will list all the URLs entered by you. If you decide to remove one or more custom URLs, you can click the small “X” button beside the URL entered by you.
Now when you open Edge, each of the sites you added will open up in different tabs. The last site you add will be the one that is displayed when you first launch Edge.