How to start Internet Explorer with blank page

You want to speed up the Internet Explorer 9? If it’s really slow when you start IE9 for the first time, then you should probably start it with a blank page instead of your default homepage. Here’s how.

Start IE9 with Blank Page

1. Step Close IE9
2. Step Hold Shift and Right-click on the IE9 taskbar icon, click on Properties
3. Step Add -nohome after the double quotes

Blank Internet Explorer 9

4. Step Restart IE9
5. Step Now you should always get a blank page instead of your home page whenever you start the Internet Explorer

Published: Friday, December 10th, 2010 Last Modified: December 10, 2010