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Making WDIO.com Your Home Page

Updated: 03/19/2014 3:24 PM
Created: 02/27/2013 2:38 PM WDIO.com

Make WDIO.com Your Home Page

Internet Explorer
1. Open the "Tools" menu and select "Internet Options..."
2. On the "General" tab, you should see a section marked "Home Page" that allows you to enter a URL. In this box, enter http://www.wdio.com/
3. Click "OK" at the bottom of this window.

Firefox
1. On a PC: Open the "Tools" menu, select "Options"
On a Mac: Open "Firefox" menu, select "Preferences"
2. Select the "General" tab.
3. In the box labeled "Home Page", enter http://www.wdio.com/
4. Click "OK" at the bottom of this window.

Safari
1. Open the "Safari" menu and select "Preferences..."
2. Choose the General tab.
3. In the box marked "Home Page" enter http://www.wdio.com
4. Click "OK" to save your changes.

Chrome
1. Click the wrench icon at the top right to customize Chrome.
2. Choose "Options."
3. Under "Basics", select "Open this page"
4. Enter http://www.wdio.com
5. Click "Close"

Netscape
1. Open the "Edit" menu and select "Preferences"
2. Click "Navigator" on the list to the left.
3. In the middle of the section to the right, enter http://www.wdio.com
4. Click "OK" at the bottom of this window.

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