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Launch FireFox with Multiple Tabs

By hagrin - Posted on 05 August 2006

If you want to know one of the reasons why I switched away from Internet Explorer, here's one reason why. This isn't exactly "new" news, but I figured I would pass this invaluable tip to my readers. The Search Engine Journal reports that there are two documented ways to quickly setup your FireFox to open up to multiple home pages. You can either:

  1. From the Firefox Tools menu, choose Options
  2. Click on the text box under Homepage - Location(s) group
  3. Type the address of the webpage that you want to load when Firefox loads. Now insert a vertical bar (pipe) | (generally located beside the backspace key on Qwerty keyboards). Next, type the web address of another webpage that you want to load. You can insert any number of pages separated by a pipe symbol.

Or, you can try the alternate method of:

  1. Open Firefox browser and load all favorite webpages in separate tabs.
  2. Choose Tools - Options - Homepage - Locations. Now click “Use Current Pages”