This new tool will show a strip at the top of the page asking the users if they want to make Facebook as their browser home page. Users can accept the request or ignore it.
"We are asking some users if they would like to make Facebook their homepage. This is simply a suggestion for people who want to make it easier and faster to get to Facebook," said Facebook spokesperson Meredith Chin.
Earlier in Nov 2010, Facebook has unveiled its new messaging service, which allows the users to communicate with people outside the social network. Also it has provided an '@facebook.com' e-mail address to the users.
The 'homepage' move can be regarded as another over internet giant Google Inc. Making Facebook as the browser homepage will help the Facebook to get more web traffic.