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Set Comcast as homepage

Posted by
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How can I set Comcast as my home page?
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If you are using a Windows PC, click on Help > Content and Index.  Type in the keyword to find  HOME PAGE.
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In IE Click on Tools  then Internet Options Click the Use Current button.
 
In Firefox  Click on Tools then Options,  Click the Use Current Page button
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Or go to the Comcast Portal. Click on "Tools" >> "Internet Options" >> On the "General" Tab under "Home Page", click on "Use Current", then "Apply" and "O/K" out.
 
Didn't see your post CT... Smiley Sad


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EG and Cajun Tek wrote:
.....Click on "Tools" >> "Internet Options" >> On the "General" Tab under "Home Page", click on "Use Current", then "Apply" and "O/K" out.
 

Which is fully explained under the Help topic, if only Winnie-the-Poo knew how to take advantage of that great wealth of information. (If you teach a man to fish.....)    Smiley Wink
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I believe in cutting to the chase ! Smiley Wink
 
My experiences here and at other help forums have shown me that that is what posters want.
 
Read any help information.... Heaven forbid !!
 
Heck, many don't / won't even read the sticky topics after the come here....


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