Your home page is the first page your browser loads when you open it. (Unless your browser is set to load the last page(s) you had open when you closed the browser. That is discussed below.)
Some browsers are pre-set to certain pages. Your browser may be set to Google, your Internet provider, or the developer of your browser. (For example, you would find Mozilla for the Firefox page.) But you might want a page that is more convenient for your needs. You might want to open with your inbox, a news page, your bank, or your blog's host.
To change your home page, open your browser. I used Firefox in this example. In Mac, I clicked FIREFOX:
In Window, you would click TOOLS. Click PREFERENCES... (in Windows, click OPTIONS).
Click the GENERAL tab (in Mac and Windows):
Under STARTUP you'll see "When Firefox starts:" There will be a pull down box. You'll see that mine says "Show my windows and tabs from last time." This allows me to continue the work I had when I closed the application previously. It lets the user continue to browse.
Another option is "SHOW A BLANK PAGE." If you want a BLANK PAGE when you open your browser, choose that.
If you want to open to the same page every time, choose "SHOW MY HOME PAGE" from the drop down menu.
Beneath the menu is "HOME PAGE." You can type the address in the box. If you are already on that page, click "USE CURRENT PAGE" (and save yourself some time!) If you click to RESTORE TO DEFAULT, the home page will be Mozilla's site.
You'll notice there is no SAVE or OK button for the Mac version of this lesson. The changes will save automatically. If you use Windows, click OK.