Top 10 Best Homepages

The Top Ten

This homepage is the greatest. After using it for a while, I'll never go back to MSN. Not because it sucks, but because this homepage is the absolute best. I was having somewhat of a problem with the homepage jumping in and out of sign-in. I dropped an email to Justin, and with his suggestions for my end and whatever he did on his end, I stay signed in all day until I sign out. Does anybody think MSN, Google, or any of the others would do that? I used MSN for many years, and I can guarantee you that they don't care enough to help you out with something like this.

Another aspect: No commercials or fake news blasting in your face on this homepage. I get to pick my own, imagine that! Try it for 10 days, and you will never go back. Get signed in so the link box will work and away you go!

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2 Google Google is an American multinational technology company specializing in Internet-related services and products. These include online advertising technologies, search, cloud computing, and software.

I vote for Google because it's simple and easy. Whenever I can't find the answers, I just go back to my homepage and search the question, website, topic, subject, or the keyword. A perfect homepage for your family or beginners.

Add Google as your homepage now! Information comes at your fingertips. Best homepage ever! Go GOOGLE!

Every other homepage I've had went along great, then BAM, they change everything. I love this site! So far, they only make small improvements at a time.

Thank you from myself and others who have enough trouble with changes. Remembering isn't easy as you get older.

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3 Yahoo! Yahoo! is an American web services provider. It is headquartered in Sunnyvale, California and operated by the namesake company Yahoo Inc., which is 90% owned by investment funds managed by Apollo Global Management and 10% by Verizon Communications.

I've used Yahoo! as my homepage since I created my first email account. It did get annoying until I managed to block the ads and learn which links to avoid. I like the fact I get the main headlines of the day in a pic and summary form. I know what the world is talking about, and all I did was open my browser with one click.

If I can't find a link I like here, I'll either Google it or use a couple of my old go-to search engines. Other than that, I can't complain. It's not just a blank page with a search bar, which to me is pointless for a starting point. I've learned things I never would have, or probably even wanted to learn without having this homepage. I've come to love it like my shampoo selection. I have many that do what I want on special occasions, but I always go back to the tried and tested "Old Faithful."

The layout is easy to navigate and customize, unless it's English (UK) spelling you want.

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4 Youtube YouTube is a global video-sharing website headquartered in San Bruno, California, United States. The service was created by three former PayPal employees on February 14, 2005. In November 2006, it was acquired by Google for US$1.65 billion. YouTube is ranked as one of the most visited websites, securing... read more

As opposed to Yahoo, which I've used for a long time, with YouTube, I don't have sports stuff "IN MY FACE" all the time. I like that YouTube lets me pick and choose from a variety of subjects. So far it's free, and that's a plus.

It is a very brilliant website with many things to see. I am positive that this is one of the very best websites ever. It even has great new videos for travelers, teens, and any person!

Thank you!

I spend most of my time on YouTube, and I really like it. There are even people that make videos every day.

5 Bing

Bing is more secure than Google, as it does not collect information from your activities. It has less fake information than Google. Very soon, Bing is going to be the world's best homepage due to Nokia.

In 2011, Gmail was number one, Yahoo Mail was number two, and Hotmail/Outlook was in the third position. But now, in 2014, Outlook is in second place and very soon, Outlook will grab the position of number one. In five years, Microsoft is going to be the user's favorite. In the section of cell phones, Microsoft will be at the top in market value. Don't forget, Apple started from Microsoft. It's the game of time being.

6 TheTopTens TheTopTens is a countdown-based website founded and created in 2005 which consists of user-generated content. Visitors can vote, comment, like other comments, and view user-created remixes. Registered users can use the additional features of the site - such as creating lists, remixes, posts, messaging,... read more

We're on it right now, so of course it's the best!

I voted because I like how there are endless lists you can make, and the homepage is pretty cool.


The best homepage for many topics. It provides a good overview of trending stories. I use this as my homepage since no other site offers as much as MSN.

I have looked at others, and they do not compare. provides the latest news as soon as you log onto the Internet. It really keeps you up to date with everything, even when you're not looking. Although, I do not like the new layout.

I also agree with a previous post about there being too many ads.

Had to look a long time to find it again. Somehow I got switched to some other crap.

8 Kadaza

I absolutely love this homepage. It's quick, user-friendly, and has no ads! I love the colors, the overview, and the comprehensive web directory covering almost any subject. You can also personalize the start page in a few simple steps. Additionally, you don't need to register to use the customization features, which is pretty unique.

I've been using it as my daily start-up page for years now, and I'll keep using it. My wife also loves Kadaza. It's safe, easy, and fast. My recommendation: make Kadaza your homepage for a fast internet browsing experience!


Amazing site for a homepage! You can search different search engines with one click without it being too cluttered. Also, you can join for free and save your favorites/bookmarks online and access them anywhere. This saves so much time when navigating the internet. You can even customize the colors, order, organize, etc.

It really is the BEST HOMEPAGE in 2013! I highly recommend it to everyone.

Very nice and easy to use. I love that I can access my favorite sites from all my devices. It's a very good idea turned reality. My new homepage.

10 Twitter X (formerly known as Twitter) is an online news and social networking service where users post and interact with messages, also known as "tweets", restricted to 280 characters.

Twitter is easy to use and has all your following's posts straight up as soon as you open the app. Twitter is also less cancerous than Facebook, and you can stay anonymous whilst having a laugh and trolling.

Well, not exactly a homepage, but it is my favorite site to start with...

Twitter is good because you can post messages, search, and get updated with the world.

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11, commonly known as Amazon, is an American electronic commerce and cloud computing company that was founded on July 5, 1994, by Jeff Bezos and is based in Seattle, Washington.

One of the best if you've grown tired of being bombarded with clickbait and other annoyances like Bing pushing their extension over and over.

Its easy-to-understand homepage helps it to be the best online shopping site on the planet.

Good source for e-books and regular books, plus for general shopping.

12 DuckDuckGo

I love DuckDuckGo! Tired of everything Yahoo posts on their page about Trump. President Trump must really be in their heads, along with AT&T. Get over it and actually show real news.

I have used DuckDuckGo for several years and love it! I've had no trouble with it. If you access settings on your computer, you can set it to always use only this site.

I'm tired of being forced to look at ads, ads popping up from recent searches, and political bias in the searches. Bye-bye Google. Hello, DuckDuckGo!

13 Facebook
14 IgHome

You can set up previews to a wide variety of news, sports, entertainment, and other websites. It is very flexible. You can also set up a long list of shortcuts to any of your frequently visited sites.

This one is better than many of the ones that are listed above it.

A tremendous aggregation site, customizable, and a perfect replacement for the old iGoogle homepage.

15 Wikipedia Wikipedia is a multilingual free online encyclopedia created on January 15, 2001 by Jimmy Wales and Larry Sanger. The website is written and maintained by a community of volunteers through open collaboration and a wiki-based editing system. Individual contributors, also called editors, are known as... read more

Bye, bye Yahoo! It seems like Yahoo is trying to run people off, job well done! I'm permanently starting on now.

I can choose what I want to see, and every third article isn't an advert. Screw Yahoo! has definitely been the best option for me so far. I've been using it for a while now and I haven't found a reason to keep looking.

Sleek, intuitive, and user-friendly - this homepage should definitely be in the top ten list. It's easy to organize and customize your perfect homepage.

17 LinkedIn
19 AOL

I find AOL a great site, and they mix their articles well. Their writing is top-notch, progressive, and straightforward.

20 Protopage

This is what a real homepage should be. Take a look and play with it for a while. The learning curve is not a big deal.

The only thing I would suggest is that when creating a widget, I would like to create it and fill in the links, although there may be a way to do that I haven't found yet. But overall, this page is fantastic. I am highly recommending it, especially if you want a page with no nonsense. All your stuff is there. It doesn't disappear. It saves what you save and appears to be on point. I've only used it for a few days, but I'm that impressed.

21 Flickr Flickr is an image hosting service and video hosting service. It was created by Ludicorp in 2004. It has changed ownership several times and has been owned by SmugMug since April 2018.The Verge reported in March 2013 that Flickr had a total of 87 million registered members and more than 3.5 million... read more

I think this site has more usefulness to it than just a homepage. The sheer number of sites listed under various categories makes it unbelievably valuable, and it is truly a unique site on the internet.

Cool homepage that makes discovering and using new sites hassle-free.

One of the fastest pages I have ever seen. It's simple and easy to access, linking a lot of websites.

23 eBay eBay Inc. is an American multinational e-commerce corporation based in San Jose, California that facilitates consumer-to-consumer and business-to-consumer sales through its website. eBay was founded by Pierre Omidyar in 1995, and became a notable success story of the dot-com bubble.

eBay is an alternative to Amazon, and you get better prices there on occasion.

24 Netvibes

It was easy enough to set up. I got all my news in one place. The only thing I don't like is a minor issue (with cookies expiring, I think) that forces my browser to forget my password.

But on the whole, it's a very strong and configurable homepage with no ads, which keeps things just the way I like them.

I've used Netvibes for years and find it very flexible. You can add feeds as desired and I don't find it difficult to use. I've often tried other homepages but always come back to Netvibes.

25 Dogpile

Great, simple, uncluttered homepage.

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