How to Make Yahoo My Home & Start-Up Page
Learn how to make Yahoo your home page on your Chrome, Firefox, Internet Explorer and Safari browsers.
You can make Yahoo your home page on one or all of your browsers through the browser settings page. Learn how to change the settings on Chrome, Firefox, Internet Explorer and Safari to start with the Yahoo page.
From the three-bar menu, click Settings.
From the On Startup section, mark the circle next to Open a Specific Page or Set of Pages. Click Set Pages.
In the pop-up, enter http://www.yahoo.com/ in the Add a New Page field. Click the X to remove other pages if you want only one tab to open on startup. Click OK.
If you want more than one tab to open on startup but want Yahoo as your Home page, enter Yahoo as the first page and then enter the other pages before you click OK.
From the three-bar menu, select Options.
On the General menu under Startup, enter http://www.yahoo.com/ in the Home Page field. The new information is automatically saved to your settings.
From the Settings menu (resembling a gear), click Internet Options.
In the pop-up, enter http://www.yahoo.com/ in the Home Page field on the General tab. Click Apply and then click OK.
From the Settings menu resembling a gear, click Preferences.
In the pop-up on the General tab, enter http://www.yahoo.com/ in the Homepage field. Your selection is automatically saved.
Safari for Windows browser was discontinued in 2012 although you can still download it.
For all of the browsers listed, you can also open the Yahoo page first, follow the steps to change the home page and then click the Current Page option instead of typing http://www.yahoo.com.