What to KnowGo to Chrome menu > Settings > Show home button > Enter custom web address > enter URL > Home.To change the page that opens on start, go to Settings > Open a specific page or set of pages > Add a new page > enter URL > Add.
This article explains how to change the Google Chrome homepage and how to choose which pages open when you start the Chrome web browser for PC and mobile devices.
How to Change the Homepage in Chrome
Changing the Google Chrome homepage makes a different page open when selecting the Home button in Google Chrome. The Home button is the house icon located in the upper-left corner of the browser window beside the refresh button.
Typically, the default homepage is the New Tab page, which gives you quick access to recently visited websites and a Google search bar. While some users find this page useful, you might want to specify another URL as your homepage.
To change the default homepage for your browser:
Open Chrome and select the menu button located in the upper-right corner of the window. It's the one with three stacked dots.
Choose Settings from the drop-down menu.
Scroll down to Appearance and turn on the Show home button toggle switch.
Select Enter custom web address and type a URL into the text box so that Chrome opens the web page of your choice when you select the Home button.
Select the Home button to return to the site you specified.
How to Change Which Pages Open When Chrome Starts
The steps above change the homepage in the Google Chrome browser, not which pages open when Chrome starts. To do that:
Open the Chrome Settings menu.
Scroll down to the On startup section and select Open a specific page or set of pages.
Select Add a new page.
Enter the URL you want to appear when you open Chrome and select Add. You can also add additional pages if you desire.