questionswhat is your computer's homepage? which is best?

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about:blank

I have this set for every web browser, on every computer (I'm thinking that you meant to ask about the "web browser" and not the "computer").

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I have Chrome so it's my most visited sites and recently closed is all I see if I open it.
Before Chrome came out I used Google's personalized homepage (iGoogle) full of RSS feeds like local news, new movie releases, weather, etc. Now the feeds live on my second monitor with a few widgets and I frequently click on links from there to open my browser.

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I have many homepages. I turn on Internet Explorer (Yes, you read right -_- I hate changing browsers) and BAM! tabs everywhere
I have Facebook, A comic hub website, woot, 1saleaday (why is that tab-worthy?), and Youtube.
I also have a bunch of comic sites that load on my AOL tabs. (Yes I still use AOL too. Again, hate changing browsers)
I'm glad I couldn't be even remotely helpful :D

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@shrdlu: I agree with about:blank. That way, I can choose which page to see first. I have it set on my work and home computers.

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Thanks for all the advice. (and yes I meant on my browser)I've used about.blank, AOL( I really liked their older homepage), and now I have
iGoogle, but was looking to change. Maybe I'll try Chrome.

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127.0.0.1

:P

if you mean browser's home page - i'm with the about:blank crowd.

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On IE, it's my Hulu queue. On Firefox, I think it's Bing... but I usually open Firefox via the Woot gadget so I don't see my homepage.

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Google at home and Deals.Woot at work.

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Google

@wootfast: That's pretty cool, but I'd probably spend hours on there reading everything.

www.DrudgeReport.com

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iGoogle is what my homepage is set to, but for the past few months I've had Firefox set to show my tabs from the last session, so I never actually see it.

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I am a computer geek and found out something better than iGoogle Home to quench my internet navigation thirst.

It's called hCHOO

www.hchoo.com

You can search on different search engines with 1 click...and when you join free, you can save your favorite links online and access them anywhere, anytime. Even customize the links into your own categories, colors, order, etc...And it doesn't look cluttered at all like yahoo...I love this site. Clean, Free and Easy to use. I read somewhere this was voted #1 Homepage in 2013 too! I highly recommend this site

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If you want a real UPGRADE, you must try Startific. You will be amazed by the interface; it displays icons and widgets, connects all your favorite links and all your bookmarks, etc and organize them into a pretty nice interface, like you probably haven't seen in a quite while, check it if you want at www.Startific.com

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