macOS Big Sur - Safari Settings Tutorial

macOS Big Sur - Safari Settings Tutorial
macOS Big Sur - Safari Settings Tutorial
To access Safari settings on macOS Big Sur, follow these steps:

Open Safari.
Click on "Safari" in the menu bar at the top of the screen.
Click on "Preferences" in the drop-down menu.
This will open the Safari Preferences window, where you can adjust various settings for the browser.
In the Preferences window, you can find the following options:

General: This tab allows you to set your homepage, set new windows and tabs to open with, and choose the default search engine.

Tabs: This tab allows you to customize how tabs work in Safari. You can choose to open new tabs with a blank page, your homepage, or your top sites. You can also choose to open links from other applications in a new tab, instead of a new window.

Privacy: This tab allows you to control how Safari handles cookies and website data. You can choose to block all cookies, allow only websites you visit to set cookies, or block only third-party cookies. You can also view and delete website data stored on your computer.

Security: This tab allows you to adjust security settings for Safari. You can choose to block pop-up windows, enable Fraudulent Website Warning, and enable Secure Website icons.

Extensions: This tab allows you to manage extensions that you have installed in Safari. You can enable or disable extensions, or delete them if you no longer need them.

Advanced: This tab allows you to adjust advanced settings for Safari. You can choose to show the Develop menu in the menu bar, enable the debug console, and adjust the settings for JavaScript and plug-ins.

I hope this helps! Let me know if you have any other questions.





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