TipOff 🚀 TipOff #15: Turn off Safari Autocorrect
Autocorrect can be extremely convenient when writing an email or composing the next great novel, but it can be a royal pain when using a web browser such as Safari. No dangit, that is my username! I know it’s...

TipOff 🚀 TipOff #14: Mute the Audio in All Safari Tabs
Can’t figure out where the music is coming from? Or do you keep looking over your shoulder because you think someone is talking to you? Well, it could be an errant YouTube video or Netflix movie playing — you...

Safari's View menu. Use Safari to Make Web Pages Easier to See
Have you found that some websites are using text that is too small or too big, forcing you to either squint to see the text, or perform excessive scrolling to take in the entire site? Most browsers have methods...

Mac Safari Browser How to Remove Browser Cookies in Safari on macOS
Websites often store cookies and other data in Safari on your Mac. This data may include information that you have provided, such as your name, email address, and preferences. This data helps websites identify you when you return so the...

Ride the Waves: 8 Tricks for Better Safari Surfing
Safari is the most popular web browser for the Mac, and why not; it’s fast, easy to use, and it comes with every Mac. These eight tricks (sixteen, if you count the tip included with each trick) can make...

macOS 101: How to Use Tabs in macOS Safari
Mac’s Safari web browser has a convenient feature: allowing you to use tabs for webpages. The advantage of tabs is that they allow you to keep multiple websites open and easily at hand without cluttering up your screen with...

Mac Safari Browser Ensuring Privacy When Using the Mac Safari browser
You can remove all records that macOS’s Safari keeps of where you’ve browsed during a period of time if you wish. If your Mac and your other devices have Safari turned on in iCloud preferences, your browsing history is...

Mac Safari Browser macOS 101: How to Manage, View Downloads in Safari
In the macOS Safari web browser, you can choose where downloaded files are deposited. By default they’re located in your Downloads folder. You can find the Downloads folder by going to the Users folder on your Mac’s hard drive...