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Changing the site to where IE goes in Windows 8 - IE 11

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I have Windows 8 with IE 11.  Can someone tell me how to  edit where my browser goes when I click on "Explorer".

I would like it to go to "Google".
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Question by:morinia
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by:Dan Craciun
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Click on the wheel (menu - next to the home and star), go to Internet Options.

There, on Home Page box, write www.google.com and press OK.

HTH,
Dan
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comfortjeanius earned 350 total points
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windows key + r

Type: inetcpl.cpl [enter]

Delete the highlighted Home page and replace with

On the General tab, where it say homepage: Type: http://www.google.com

Click Apply and Ok

Close internet explorer and reopen
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by:adez12
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Hello,  Are you referring to the default home page in Internet Explorer?  If so, here is one way you can achieve what you want.

In Internet Explorer, go ahead and go to www.google.com

Then go to Tools > Internet Options

Then click on the "Use current" button.  Then click "OK".
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by:Joe Winograd, EE MVE
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Adding one other comment to Dan's post — check the radio button that says "Start with home page":

IE11 home page W8Regards, Joe
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