Remember when all browsers had a button that would redirect you back to a predetermined website? While Google prides itself on having an unlimited interface, some people recall the days when you could click a button and return to your website.
How to show or hide the home button
Google Chrome hides the "Home" button from its taskbar by default to give people a clean interface. But some people lack a button that directly leads you back to a certain web page at the touch of a button. The button is not gone forever, just follow these steps to get it back.
Turn on Chrome, click the menu icon, and then click "Settings." Alternatively, you can enter
chrome: // settings
Scroll down and under Appearance, select "Show home button" on. ]
As soon as you switch the home button, it appears between the omnibox and the Update / Stop button.
The default setting redirects you to the New Tab page, but it does a little redundant when you click the + (plus) button to open a new one tab. .
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To get the most from the home button, you can set it directly to your favorite site by typing the one in the field provided when switching on it.
Now, when you click the Home button, you are redirected to a specific URL instead of seeing the New Tab page.
If you want to hide the home button, go back to
chrome: // settings and select "Show Home Button" to turn off.