Want to set Google as homepage in Firefox? If so, you’ve stumbled on the right post. Here, we’ll teach you how to make Google homepage in your Mozilla Firefox web browser. Continue reading.
When you initially open up your browser, the very first page you see is known as the ‘homepage’. You can specify any web page as your browser homepage. As Google is the go-to search engine for almost everyone on the planet, so most users set Google as homepage in Firefox to browse the web with great ease.
Set Google as Homepage in Firefox
Firefox for Desktop
- Open Mozilla Firefox on your system
- Click on the three horizontal lines namely Menu in the upper-right corner of the screen
- Select Options from the drop-down menu
- Click on the General tab in the upper-left corner of the screen
- Click on the Home Page text field
- Type in Google. You should see various options appear in the drop-down menu
- Click on https://www.google.com/. This is the URL with the multicolored ‘G’ icon next to it
And that’s it! You have set Google as homepage in Firefox for Windows.
Firefox for Mobile
- Open Firefox on your smartphone
- Tap on the Menu icon resting in the top-right corner of the screen on Android or at the right-side on iPhone
- Tap on the Settings option to continue
- Tap Homepage near the top of the General settings on iPhone. Android users will need to tap on the General tab and then on Home at the top of the screen
- Next, enter the Google URL to set Google as homepage in Firefox for iPhone
- On Android, tap on the Enter a webpage field and type in https://www.google.com/
- Once done, tap on the Ok button
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