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I have set my home page to my ISP provider Suddenlink (way too many ads), would I be better off using Mozilla/Firefox as my home page?
I am a very non-technical person. But even I can see that Mozilla/Firefox seems to be a BETTER HOME PAGE than Suddenlink! I hate the many, many ads on suddenlink.....and it's limited features compared to Moz/Fire.. I am not taking advantage of any of the features and benefits described in Mozilla/Firefox's web site. However, I am concerned about email service. I do NOT have Outlook. I have been using Suddenlink.net's very limited email service ever since I signed up with Suddenlink as my IP provider. If I switch my home page to Moz/Fire....what happens to my email service? Anything? Thanks for any help....for a non-techie!
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Firefox uses an internal page about:home as the default Homepage.
If that suits your needs, by all means use it.
That won't affect your ability to use Suddenlink.net webmail services. Just save a bookmark for that webpage or the logon page for their webmail service.
How to use bookmarks to save and organize webpage links
And as far as advertisements on any and all webpages, you might consider using the AdBlock Plus extension.
Also, read this: