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Could anyone help a senior try and figure how to have the home page open up with the settings I select?  I am so confussed my the two services comcast.net and comcast.com.

 

Anyone care to help

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JeevesUK wrote:

Could anyone help a senior try and figure how to have the home page open up with the settings I select?  I am so confussed my the two services comcast.net and comcast.com.

 

Anyone care to help


 

Are you using Internet explorer as your browser?  If so, which you probably are... Do this:

Click on the word Tools at the top of the page

Next click on the words Internet Options

At the top of this new window that opens you will see the words 'Homepage' and you MAY see www.comcast.net OR www.comcast.com .  You want it to only show www.comcast.net, so go ahead and type that in. 

Now go down to the bottom of that window and click on Apply and OK

Now whenever you click on the Internet Explorer icon on your desktop, it will take you right to the www.comcast.net homepage.

 

www.comcast.com is used more for things like shopping for new services or learning about the different services in internet, TV and phone that Comcast offers.

 

To get to your e-mail:

When you are on the homepage and have signed in, click on the E-Mail iconor word e-mail and you can get right to your Inbox.  The sign in and e-mail icon is on the very far right side of the homepage, at the top.  You may have to scroll over to see it.  This is what it looks like:

sign in

AND_ click on this link to see an easier way to get to your mail or compose an e-mail: Clickable link

 

If you need further help, please post again and we will help you.

 

Message Edited by CCCarole on 11-20-2009 07:39 PM


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JeevesUK wrote:

Could anyone help a senior try and figure how to have the home page open up with the settings I select?  I am so confussed my the two services comcast.net and comcast.com.

 

Anyone care to help


 

Are you using Internet explorer as your browser?  If so, which you probably are... Do this:

Click on the word Tools at the top of the page

Next click on the words Internet Options

At the top of this new window that opens you will see the words 'Homepage' and you MAY see www.comcast.net OR www.comcast.com .  You want it to only show www.comcast.net, so go ahead and type that in. 

Now go down to the bottom of that window and click on Apply and OK

Now whenever you click on the Internet Explorer icon on your desktop, it will take you right to the www.comcast.net homepage.

 

www.comcast.com is used more for things like shopping for new services or learning about the different services in internet, TV and phone that Comcast offers.

 

To get to your e-mail:

When you are on the homepage and have signed in, click on the E-Mail iconor word e-mail and you can get right to your Inbox.  The sign in and e-mail icon is on the very far right side of the homepage, at the top.  You may have to scroll over to see it.  This is what it looks like:

sign in

AND_ click on this link to see an easier way to get to your mail or compose an e-mail: Clickable link

 

If you need further help, please post again and we will help you.

 

Message Edited by CCCarole on 11-20-2009 07:39 PM


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I would like to have comcast as my Home Page.

 

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Open this page http://xfinity.comcast.net/

 

Look on the upper right side of the page and click Make XFINITY Your Homepage.

 

Confirm that you do want it to be the homepage.




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please help me get back to home page

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Type Xfinity.com in the address bar to first go to the Comcast homepage.  Then in the upper right corner, click "Make Xfinioty Your Homepage".

 

If you want to use a DIFFERENT page as your homepage, let us know which browser/version you use and which page you want to make your homepage.

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abelmontoya wrote:

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What is this about?  Please post the details of what your problem is.

 

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when in get into the internet Xfinity/Comcast (windows) full version (operating system Windows 7)

I used to go right into my homepage and now I'm not...???? i don't really know what i'm doing...I only use my computer for e-mail and working with pictures....I'll just wait until my friends or daughter can help me get going....thank you

abel

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In the address bar at the top of the page, type in http://xfinity.comcast.net/ and click Enter.

You will be taken to the Xfinity homepage.  If you want to make the Xfinity (Comcast) your homepage, click on the blue link on the far right side of the page which says, MAKE XFINITY MY HOMEPAGE.

 

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I cant login to Facebook, as I originally joined Facebook with the email of  sbcglobal.net, now I have comcast.net as my email.

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I wounld like set xfinity comcast.net as my homepage. I wont let me do it.so if you can do it fo me. I would e very happy. and thank you very mush.


JeevesUK wrote:

Could anyone help a senior try and figure how to have the home page open up with the settings I select?  I am so confussed my the two services comcast.net and comcast.com.

 

Anyone care to help



JeevesUK wrote:

Could anyone help a senior try and figure how to have the home page open up with the settings I select?  I am so confussed my the two services comcast.net and comcast.com.

 

Anyone care to help




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You can make Xfinity your homepage by clicking on the MAKE XFINITY YOUR HOMEPAGE blue link on the far right side of
http://xfinity.comcast.net/.

The directions were also posted by me in message #10 too of this thread.

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