How to Make AT&T My Home Page

Setting AT&T's website as your browser's home page can help you keep up-to-date with the company's latest news and promotions. All three major browsers under either Windows 8.1 or 7 -- Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox and Microsoft Internet Explorer -- let you customize your home page by editing the browser's settings.

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Editing Internet Explorer for Desktop's home page also changes the Modern UI version of IE's home page.
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Google Chrome 41

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Launch Google Chrome and click the Menu icon to open the Customize and Control Google Chrome menu. Select Settings.

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Selecting Settings opens a new page in your browser.
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Clicking on the Set Pages link opens the Startup Pages window.
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Select Open a specific page or set of pages and click Set pages.

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Chrome automatically displays suggested addresses as you type in the Add a New Page field.
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Enter http://www.att.com in the Add a new page field and click OK to finish editing your settings.

Mozilla Firefox 37

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Visit AT&T's website in Firefox by entering http://www.att.com in the address bar.

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Instead of the AT&T home page, you can also visit a specific page on the company's website.
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Keep your mouse button down while dragging the icon.
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Click on the Globe icon next to the website's address and drag it to the Home icon in the browser's toolbar.

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AT&T
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Select Yes to make AT&T's website your new Firefox home page.

Internet Explorer 11

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Launch Internet Explorer and enter http://www.att.com in the browser's address bar.

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AT&T
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A new window opens after selecting Internet Options.
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Open the Cog menu and select Internet options.

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Selecting Use Default resets your home page to Internet Explorer's default home page -- MSN.
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Select Use current to set your default home page to AT&T's home page.

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Selecting Apply closes the Internet Options window.
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Confirm your new home page settings by clicking on Apply and selecting OK.