When browsing web pages it's more efficient if you open each link into its own tab rather than into its own window or loading it into the window you're using. It's easy to do: just hold the ⌘ key while clicking the link. When you do it that way, the linked page loads in the... Continue Reading →
Ever quit Safari by mistake, with a bunch of windows open, then wish you could somehow go back to where you were, with all of those windows open again? If that's your situation, get back to where you were by starting Safari, going to the History menu, and choosing Reopen All Windows from Last Session.
1. Before you type a URL into Safari, Firefox, or Chrome you have to click in the right place, right? Wrong. You can jump to the address bar by pressing ⌘-L on your keyboard, regardless of where your cursor is when you press it. Whatever is in the address bar will become highlighted, and you can... Continue Reading →
You've probably noticed Safari filling in your username and password on certain sites. That happens because you told Safari to remember your username and password, probably a long time ago. And now you don't remember the password and Safari shows it as bullets, like so: •••••. Not very helpful if for some reason you need... Continue Reading →