The home page is the first page your browser opens when it starts. Most browsers have a default home page that displays recent websites you visited, and maybe other content based on your interests. You can change your home page, though, and here’s how to do it in Google Chrome
Change Your Home Page in Google Chrome
As of this writing, Google Chrome supports changing your home page only in its desktop browser.
In Chrome, click menu button (the three vertical dots) at the top right.
On the menu, click the “Settings” option.
On the Settings page, scroll to the bottom, and then click the “Open A Specific Page Or Set Of Pages” option in the “On Startup” section.
If you already have a home page (or pages) set, you’ll see the URL there. Chrome supports multiple homepages, and all the addresses listed open as a set of tabs when you start Chrome.
You have two options to set a homepage from this step. Click the “Add A New Page” link to type (or paste) the address of your new home page. Click the “Use Current Pages” button to add all open tabs in the current window to your group of home pages.
If you a page manually, a small window opens where you can enter the URL of the home page, and then click the “Add” button.
If you want to modify your existing home pages, click the options button just next to the URL.
This reveals “Edit” and “Remove” options that you can use to change or delete the home page
And there you have it. Those are the steps you need to take to set a home page in the Google Chrome, If you have any questions, do let us know!