Your homepage is the page you go to when you click the Home button on your Chrome browser. On the other hand, the startup page is the one that is displayed when you first launch the Chrome browser on your computer or open a new tab.
If you use the Xfinity very often, you can set it up as your homepage or startup page or both. You can set any webpage as your homepage or startup page. In this guide, I will walk you through the steps to set up Xfinity as your home page and the startup page.
Setting up Xfinity As Your Home Page on Google Chrome
- Click the Chrome menu button on the upper-right corner of the browser. This icon is denoted by three vertical lines (called Hamburger Menu).
- Click Settings.
- Under the Appearance group, check the Show Home button
- As soon as you click the checkbox, it will show a Change link beneath. Click the Change option.
- A homepage dialog box will appear. By default, it is set to Use the New Tab page. Click on the Open this page radio button and type the address of the required homepage (e.g. xfinity.com). Click OK.
You have successfully set Xfinity as your homepage. Please note that the Chrome browser will only show this page when you click the home button on your address bar. If you want Chrome to show Xfinity when you start the browser or open a new tab, follow this procedure.
Setting up xfinity.com As Start-up Page
- Open Chrome browser.
- Click the Chrome menu button on the upper-right corner of the browser. This icon is denoted by three vertical lines.
- Click Settings.
- Under the On start-up group, select the Open a specific page or set of pages radio button and click Set pages
- Now the Startup pages dialogue box will appear. Enter the web address of your required webpage (e.g. xfinity.com), and press OK
- Now, xfinity.com will appear when you start the browser or open a new tab.