To change the homepage in Google Chrome, navigate to the Settings menu. Under the section titled "On startup," select the third option to "Open a specific page or set of pages." Click the "Set pages" link next to this option, and type in the URL of the new homepage.
- Open Settings
The Settings menu can be accessed either by clicking a button with three horizontal lines by the address bar or by selecting it from a drop-down menu on the menu bar. The window opens in a new tab and should automatically display the correct menu. If it does not, select Settings from the left-hand menu under Chrome.
- Change the startup options
The "On startup" section is the second category, located directly beneath the "Sign-in" options. It has three options: to open a blank page, to open the last page and to open a certain page. Select whichever option is appropriate.
- Change the homepage to a specific page
Google Chrome allows users to open a certain page automatically every time the browser starts. Clicking the link to "Set pages" opens a small window. Enter the URL of the page desired, then click OK. Chrome also has the option to open multiple windows on startup.