You can remove the MSN web from the home page of your browser so that it does not open again when you open your browser every time you close it or when you simply open a tab and be able to another one, or even leave it blank so that it does not load nothing.
This is especially useful in two situations, if you do not want the MSN website to load because you do not like the content it offers you or because your computer may have low resources and you do not want you to open anything, so you can open one white page.
The most feasible option in this case is the about: blank page , although you can make it open Google or any other website you want, there are no limits in this regard. This is something you can do in all browsers, specifically, from the configuration itself.
In case your main browser is Chrome and MSN is the home page, this is what you would have to do to remove this website to put another or none:
- Open Chrome and click on the button with the three points that you can see at the top, in the menu that appears click on “settings” .
- Scroll down the page until you reach the “aspect” section , you will find two options, you can choose “new tab page” that opens a tab with nothing else or the one that opens a web, the one that you want that is not MSN , but you will have to write it.
You can also remove the MSN page as your home page in case you have it in Firefox , another popular browser, these are the simple steps you should follow:
- Open Firefox, click on the button with the 3 horizontal stripes that you see at the top right and enter the “settings” option that you can see in the drop-down.
- Click on the “Home” section and stay in the “New windows and tabs” section, there you will see a section that says “home page and new benefits”, when you open the drop-down choose “blank page” if you do not want it to be open nothing or “custom url” to put a web other than MSN.
In Microsoft Edge
Microsoft Edge is an increasingly used browser and that is why you should know what steps you have to take to remove MSN from the home page, this is what you should do:
- Open Edge, click on the icon of the three dots you see above and in the drop-down click on “settings”.
- From the left column, select the option “at startup” and on the right choose what you want the browser to do when you open the browser after the first start of the system, if it opens where it was closed the last time, open a new tab or a specific page or pages, where you can put one other than MSN or about: blank.
With the methods you have seen for each browser, you can remove the MSN page from the start of your browser to put another or not put any, this is extensible to any other website that you do not want to load when you open Chrome, Firefox or Microsoft Edge.