How to Set a Blank Homepage in Your Browser


Make Browser Hiome Page Blank

Setting a blank page in your browser as your homepage can improve browser speed and clears any clutter or items from your homepage.

Browsers have various items on the default homepage, ranging from news to suggested sites or services. Did you know there's also an option to open or set a blank page as your browser homepage?

This useful article has directions to set a blank homepage in Firefox, Chrome, Microsoft Edge, Opera, and Internet Explorer. Most changes are easily made in the browser settings, though some browsers let you customize a homepage with settings on the homepage itself. Some browsers, like Microsoft Edge and Brave, have an option to show an image as the background instead of a blank page.

Head on over to find out how to customize the homepage on the most used browsers.

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