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Make Most Popular Sites Your Home Page In Internet Explorer 9

The new Internet Explorer 9 is an exciting browser from Microsoft, which is much faster, more secure, feature rich and prettier than its ancestors. IE 9 looks sleek, smart and simpler than ever before. A new feature for IE9 is Most Popular Sites, which displays your most frequently visited sites in a tab, so you can visit your favorite sites just with a click.

IE9’s this new features is similar to Opera’s Speed Dial and it displays 10 popular sites. However, it shows only when you click the new tab button.

But with a simple modification, you can make this page as your home page, so whenever you open the IE9 it displays your most popular sites.

To do that, click the Tool menu (Alt + X) and choose Internet Options. Set the Home page to about:Tabs and click apply and then click OK to save the changes.


  1. Thanks a lot for sharing this cool trick. Really interesting!


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