Would you like to change the initial page displayed when you open Google Chrome on your Mac? If so, follow these instructions. Fortunately, Google hasn’t changed this very much over the past few years.
These instructions will certainly work on Chrome versions 49-63, and maybe newer versions.
- Open Chrome, click on the Chrome menu and select Preferences
- Scroll down to the On Startup section and choose the option named Open a specific page or set of pages
- Choose Add a new page and then type in the web page address in the Site URL field. Older versions of Chrome don’t have an Add a new page option. Instead, click on Set pages then type in the web page address in the Enter URL field.
- Click the Add button. In older versions of Chrome click the OK button.