The wonderful Safari browser on Mac OS X uses the Apple page as its default home page. Let’s see how to change your homepage on Mac.
Steps to changing the home page
Open the Safari browser settings, to do this, open the browser itself and click Cmd +, In the settings window, go to the General tab. Here we are primarily interested in the following options: Open in new windows, Open in new tabs, and Home page.
I set the first two items to Top Sites. This means that Safari will always show Top Sites in new tabs and windows. In fact, they will be the home page.
You can set the home page address to whatever you want. But if we’ve set it to always open Top Sites, then why do we need to set the home page address? In fact, you can always go to the home page by pressing the Shift + Cmd + combination in any tab H.