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...

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...

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...

A Guide to New Features in the macOS Mojave Safari Browser
During the buildup to Wednesday’s “Gather Round” Apple event in Cupertino, California, we’ve been providing readers of The Rocket Yard with guides to the new features that are currently in beta versions of macOS 10.14 Mojave and expected to...

Quick Tip: How to Change macOS Safari’s Download Location
In its desire to make everything work as easily as possible, Apple often makes default settings that don’t always work for all users at all times. One case in point is the Downloads folder (~/Downloads), which is where Safari automatically...

Tech Tip: Disabling Safari Suggestions on macOS and iOS
Apple’s Safari web browser for macOS and iOS has a variety of amazing features that are often overlooked by users. One of the more powerful features is something called “Safari Suggestions,” which captures what you are typing into the...

More than Safari: How to Switch Between Mac Web Browsers
macOS comes with a secure, fast and compatible built-in web browser — Safari. A lot of Mac users prefer to use Safari for their web browsing, but may decide to use another browser due to familiarity, compatibility issues with Safari, or...