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Browser tip: Set multiple “home” or “start” pages for your web browser

Ever wish you could set more than just one home page for your favorite web browser? Well, you can.

In fact, you can set any of the four major browsers—Chrome, Firefox, Internet Explorer, or Safari—to load as many “home” or “start” pages as you like, all in separate browser tabs.

Here’s how…

Chrome will let you add as many “startup” tabs as you like.

For Google Chrome:

Just open the tabs you want Firefox to load as it starts and click the “Use Current Pages” button.

For Firefox:

Keep adding URLs to the “home page” field to load multiple tabs when Internet Explorer starts.

For Internet Explorer:

You’ll need to create and then select a bookmarks folder to make Safari load multiple tabs when it launches.

For Safari: