How do I stop MSN from changing my home page to theirs.

Have windows 8 upgraded from a disc. 4gb memory 320gb HD. I change it back and it still comes up on the home botton. I do not like their homepage.

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MSN is what it is.

If they did that to me I would stop using them.

Yes there are home page lockers so I am making a big assumption you tried that.

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Chrome writes about this topic.
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Every day for the past week.

MSN is not my Internet Provider. I never had this problem with any other OS used(Vista, XP). I cannot figure out why they are suddenly high jacking my homepage. Have been using Windows 8 since the preview edition.

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Re: msn

Did you try a home page locker, as Bob asked and you didn't answer yet?
It might depend on your browser (IE, Firefox, Chrome, Opera) what program you can use.


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Used Page Locker

Page locker changes it but when I go off the internet (using IE10) and return later it has changed back to MSN.

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But I went looking for page locker on google and didn't find it.

Try another locker and follow Grif's advice.

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I Figured Out How to Solve the Problem

I thought about it a while and came up with going into tools - internet options - security - and put it into my restricted sites. It worked. It has not came back up yet. To test it I went to the Bing site and clicked on MSN. It would not open. All the other links on that site work. I also checked the Windows and Internet Explorer sites. They are still working. Therefore, I am trusting that the problem is solved.

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Boy Was I Wrong

Now MSN has BING automatically coming up as my home page. What happens is MSN comes up and quickly changes to Bing. I put BING into my restricted sites but it still comes up with a blanked out page. Is no one else having this problem?

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Yes I did.

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