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Zen's avatar

What's your homepage set at? Do you change it?

Asked by Zen (7743points) March 28th, 2009

How long has it been set at that homepage? What drew you to it initially.

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jbfletcherfan's avatar

When I first got my computer 6 years ago, MSN was my IP & it was set for the home page. I’ve just always kept it because I like it. It’s very informative & has a lot of different topic sections to go to. I’ll always keep it.

Haroot's avatar

My G-Mail account. The most useful choice for me being I use it for school, work and other social things constantly. I’d say it’s always been that since I first made the account 4 or 5 years ago.

hug_of_war's avatar

On opera it’s a blank page and on firefox it’s the automatic homepage (firefox customized google search)

Zen's avatar

I like Yahoo. :-)

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SuperMouse's avatar

My homepage is Fluther of course! Seriously, it’s Fluther.

TaoSan's avatar

livepages.apple.com

Was default, kinda like it..

DeanV's avatar

Just google for me. I don’t really use the search bar in safari.

casheroo's avatar

Google. It used to be Comcast, because there’s where my main email is, but my husband doesn’t use Comcast…so we just do google.

kfingerman's avatar

I think the concept of the homepage is a bit outmoded, because I’m not closing and opening my browser all that often. I’ve pretty much always got at least 3 tabs open in firefox – gmail, nytimes, google calendar. I guess it’s a 3-way homepage. When I want to surf for things I usually just open more tabs.

amanderveen's avatar

Google because I frequently pop onto my computer just to look something up or open a side window to investigate something I read on another page. Mine has been Google for years.

sandystrachan's avatar

Google always has been always will be

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