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When I started Firefox I used to get my home page, MSN. Now I have to click the home page icon to do so. While I do want to retain my home page button, I also want to have MSN load automatically when I load Firefox. How do I make MSN my home in that manner? Thank you.

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Sorry, Custom URLs is a field on the Firefox Settings page. See: How to set the home page.

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When did this problem begin? In recent days, your Firefox updated from Firefox 95 to Firefox 96. Does the problem seem to be associated with the new version or had it already started with the earlier version?

What URL do you have set in the Custom URLs field on the Settings page for MSN? If you have an incomplete address there, could you try the full address: https://www.msn.com/

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Hi jscher2000, The problem started when I added the home page icon to my tool bar yesterday. Not sure if that had anything to do with the issue? Also, I can't find the page within MSN to locate what you stated, Custom URLs field on the Settings page for MSN? When I click on settings within MSN, I don't see a link to access my home page, or as you suggest the complete address I want for my home page. Just how do I locate the area within MSN to designate making MSN my home page. Understand though, that MSN does show up when I click on my home page button. I used to get both, home page button and MSN on Firefox start up. Thank you, jscher2000.

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Sorry, Custom URLs is a field on the Firefox Settings page. See: How to set the home page.

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jscher2000, thank you for your reply. I now was able to set MSN as my home page at start up from the application menu. Thanks for the help and clarification.

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