How to set ask.com as home page?

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Setting your home page is one of the options you can set with your browser. Going to the Options tab on your browser can give you the chance to type in your home page.
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Home is a lovely place to be... that is if you can set it up how you want it. Each browser will be slightly different, but the basic procedure is the same. Open your internet browser
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1. Double click on your Internet browser such as Mozilla Firefox or Internet Explorer. 2. Type in the Web page address that you would like to become your home page into into the address
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Really I think the best home page is the new tab page in chrome. You can get to bookmarks, commonly visited sites, recently closed tabs (even from the last time you used chrome) and
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1. Click on the "browser" button on Android. 2. Hit the menu button when the browser loads. Select "Settings. 3. Click "Set homepage" screen that appears.
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