Microsoft Edge is the default browser on Windows 10, but that doesn't mean that you don't have tons of customization options when it comes to its settings. The Microsoft Edge web browser opens, by default, on the Start Page, but you can change this. Setting your homepage(s) is one way that you can tailor your Edge browsing experience, designating your favorite, most-visited website as the first one that you see each time that you go on the internet.
Setting Your Homepage on Microsoft Edge
Click the ellipsis button > Settings.
Under Open With, select A specific page or pages:
Click the dropdown menu. Select Custom, and type the URL of the webpage that you want to set as your home page. Then, click the + button. (Repeat the operation to add more home pages.):
Display the Home Button
Click the ellipsis button > Settings. Scroll to Advanced Settings, and click the View advanced settings button:
Toggle the Show the home button switch to On. Enter the URL of the page that you want to use as your home page (if not configured yet), or use the default Start page. Then, click Save: