How to restore yahoo homepage in internet explorer

Restore yahoo homepage in internet explorer:

  1. Open the Microsoft Internet Explorer browser.
  2. Click Tools Internet explorer tools icon in the upper right-hand corner.
  3. Select Internet Options from the drop-down menu that appears.
  4. Under the general tab, type to set.
  5. Click Apply.
  6. Click Ok.

Tip: If you would like the page you have open set as your home page, click theUse Current button.
Tip: To see if your new home page has been set correctly, click Home IE Home Icon icon.

Change your home page for Internet Explorer:

Set up home pages so that every time you open Internet Explorer the sites you visit the most will be open and waiting for you.

  1. On the Start screen, tap or click Internet Explorer to open Internet Explorer.

  2. Go to a page that you’d like to set as a home page.

  3. Swipe in from the right edge of the screen, and then tap Settings.
    (If you’re using a mouse, point to the lower-right corner of the screen, move the mouse pointer up, and then click Settings.)

  4. Tap or click Options, and under Home pages, tap or click Customize.

  5. Tap or click Add current site, edit the URL if you’d like, and then tap or click Add to make the site one of your home pages.

The next time you open a new browsing session, this site and any other sites you’ve set up as home pages will load automatically.

How to restore yahoo Homepage IE (Metro)?

Restore yahoo Homepage  IE (Metro)

Some Surface devices run the Windows RT operating system instead of full blown Windows. This tutorial will show you how to set Internet Explorer on these devices. There are two versions of Internet Explorer which are the regular browser (from your desktop) and the metro style browser app (pinned in the start menu). You will learn how to make changes to the metro style browser app.

Step 1: Open Internet Explorer Metro App

Go to your start menu and open up Internet Explorer. Make sure you are opening up the Metro style IE app instead of the desktop IE. This is usually pinned on your start menu, while the desktop app is usually pinned to your task bar.

Open IE (Metro)

NOTE If you cannot find the app, click on the search icon on the upper right corner and type in “Internet Explorer”.

Step 2: Open the Settings Menu at the Bottom Right of the Screen

The settings menu button looks like three dots next to each other. It is located on the bottom right corner of your Surface screen. Click on this to view some more options.

Open Settings Menu

Step 3: Select the Settings Icon and Options

Once more options are displayed, you want to click on the tools icon. It looks like a picture of a wrench. Next, select “Options”. This should bring up a menu on the right side of your Surface screen.

Select Settings, Options

Step 4: Select the Customize Button

Select the “Customize” button on the options menu. This is under the “Home pages” section where you can choose which sites to load on Internet Explorer startup.

Customize Option

Step 5: Update Your Homepage URL

Your right hand options menu will change to a “Home pages” menu, where you can see the homepage that is currently set for your browser. If you see a link her, just tap/click it to edit the link.

Change Homepage

NOTE If you are already viewing your homepage, you can click on the “Add current site” to add your homepage as the start up page.

Step 6: Type in Your Home Page Address

You should have the option to type in a “Page address”. Type in your homepage ie. here.

Page Address

Step 7: Exit the Options Menu

When you are done typing in your homepage (, click on the back arrow icon to save your settings.

Exit Menu

Step 8: Close the Internet Explorer Metro Application

Close Internet Explorer by swiping your finger from the top edge of your screen and then all the way down. This is how you close windows or applications on the Surface tablet.

Close Internet Explorer Metro App

NOTE We are closing the application so we can test that our homepage works.

Step 9: Open the Internet Explorer Metro Application

Open the IE Metro app to test that your homepage is being shown on start up. That’s it! You have updated IE to use your homepage as your startup page.

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