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5/21/12
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AdmiralPoppycock
I was set up with the standard Google homepage. But somehow this morning I started my computer up and the Google Chrome homepage was something called FunDial, with none of my previous settings saved. I would like to un-install FunDial and get back to the standard, but I don't know how. Please help.
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Amanda1991
5/21/12
Amanda1991
I also have this problem. I didn't even restart my computer - I just opened Chrome again after closing it and it suddenly looked different with only Facebook saved as a window. Does yours now look like the picture I've attached? I'd also like to know how to get rid of this thing.
5/21/12
Original Poster
AdmiralPoppycock
Yes! That's exactly what it looks like! I hate it!
ScizR
5/21/12
ScizR
Exact same thing is happening to me. Not sure what it is. Running virus scans at the moment.
jennyzhennay
5/21/12
jennyzhennay
This just happened to my Chrome. I fixed it by going into settings and clicking "set to default" under the Appearance heading. Hope this helps (:
ScizR
5/21/12
ScizR
It won't let me click "set to default" :\
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Simon McKenna
5/15/13
Simon McKenna
In >Extensions its a thing called DEFAULT TAB trash it and instantly everything is OK
 
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