I’ve got a new Windows 10 work PC and I find that I’m using Microsoft Edge a lot more than I did back when I only had it available on my personal-use laptop. I like it a lot, but it is a lot different than Internet Explorer. Today, I’m going to show you how to set your start page for Edge. The default start is the MSN news page. If you like seeing that when you start, up feel free to leave it there.


If you want something else, click the 3-dot menu bar at the top right. Then choose Settings from the drop-down menu.


Under Settings, click the arrow under Open Microsoft Edge with.


You have the choice of  Start page (the default MSN.com), the previously open pages, a new tab, or a specific page or pages. I’m choosing A specific page or pages.


Type in the name of the site you wish to start with and click the Save icon to the right of the box.


You can add more than one page by clicking the plus sign next to Add new page.


You can also customize what’s on the page when you open a new tab. Scroll down to Open new tabs with.


From the drop-down menu, select either A blank page, Top sites, or Top sites with suggested content.