You can customize Chromium to open any page for the homepage or startup page. These two pages aren’t the same unless you set them to be.
If your startup page, homepage, or search engine has suddenly changed, then you may have unwanted software.
You can control what page or pages appear when you launch Chromium on your computer.
You can tell Chromium to open to a new tab page.
You can tell Chromium to re-open the same pages you were looking at when you quit.
Your cookies and data are saved, so any websites you were logged into before will open again. If you don't want to be automatically signed in to these pages, follow the steps below:
On FydeOS: To reopen your pages when you sign in, press Ctrl + Shift + t.
You can tell Chromium to open to any webpage.
To update your pages, to the right of a page, click More Edit or Delete.
If you’re seeing a homepage or startup page that you didn’t set yourself, your computer may have malware.
If you're on a FydeOS device at work or school, your network administrator can choose your startup page(s) or homepage for you. If so, you won't be able to change them. For more help, ask .
You can control what page appears when you click Home.
The Home button will appear to the left of your address bar.