Microsoft Edge is the default browser in Windows 10. It starts with MSN, but you may want to change the homepage in Edge. How to set homepage in Edge is easy, and you may also set it to a blank page. Or maybe you want to open several sites at once when you start Edge?
This post guides you on how to change the homepage in Edge. It’s updated for Windows 10 1909 but also applies to older versions like 1903, 1809 and 1803.
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How to set homepage in Edge
Follow these steps to change the homepage. Each step is accompanied by a screenshot.
- In the Microsoft Edge browser, click the three dots at the right top. Then, click Settings
- Below Open Microsoft Edge with, click Start page. Then, click A specific page or pages
- Click + Add new page. A new box appears, where you can type your favorite website to open. For example https://cnn.com. Then click the disk icon right to it. The page is now saved as the default page.
- You may want to open multiple sites to open when you start Edge. Click + Add new page once more to add another page.
- To verify that you have set up correctly, close the Microsoft Edge browser and re-open the Edge browser. The homepage(s) should now load directly.
How to set homepage of new tabs in Edge
Great. You’ve set up your homepage in Edge when you start Edge. But you may also want to change the homepage when you open a new tab in Edge. By default, a new tab opens with “Top Sites” and suggested content. To change the page of new tabs in Edge to a blank page, follow these steps: