May 9th, 2008 at 05:00pm ibrahimo
I do not usually use specific home pages, I use Flock browser, so I get “My World” page which does all what I need. But if you usually set a Home Page in your browser, and if you have couple or more websites you like to have as home pages WhatPage.org is what you need.
After you signup and login you enter to your list page, where you can add upto 100 URL’s to be your homepages. You can order them the way you want to. You are given one link to use as your homepage in your browser. After setting your browser, everytime you open your browser or click the “HOME” icon you are sent to a new URL from your list.
What is nice about this service is that it is hassle free, and has no ads and you simply do not need to install anything. But for those who use firefox it is very simple to set multiple Home Pages. I guess nowadays I rarely see people have more than one main start page. Most of the people I know either rely on start pages such as iGoogle, Netvibes and Pageflakes or rely on the sorts of “My World” in Flock browser, or simply reload last browsing session
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