Category: safari

How to Check for Reused & Compromised Passwords in Safari for Mac

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Do you use a password that’s easy to guess for your online accounts? Or perhaps, you reuse the same password for multiple accounts? Maybe you’re wondering if your password has been compromised in a known data breach? Whatever the case, Safari for Mac can now help you monitor your passwords by providing Security Recommendations.

The latest versions of Safari for macOS have many privacy-oriented features, and perhaps one of the more useful is the ability to provide security alerts regarding your saved passwords. Safari will now recommend you to update your…

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How to Speed Up or Slow Down Any Video in Safari on iPhone / iPad

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Do you want to speed up or slow down video playback on a website where the feature isn’t supported? As long as you use Safari to browse the web on your iPhone or iPad, there’s a nifty Shortcuts workaround that you can use to adjust the video playback speed according to your liking.

Popular video streaming platforms like YouTube allow users to conveniently change the video playback speed from the player itself. Unfortunately, a lot of websites don’t support this feature and you may have noticed that you’re unable to change the speed of all the videos…

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How to Install the macOS Monterey Public Beta

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Somewhere in the fall of 2021, Apple will release the macOS Monterey update—and this is a big one. Shortcuts automation finally comes to the Mac, Universal Control lets you share a cursor with your iPad, not to mention the new FaceTime features for shared media playback.

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How to Change Your Homepage in Safari on Mac

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Want to change the homepage in Safari for Mac? Whether you’re new to the Mac or just haven’t bothered to tweak Safari homepage default settings before, you might find it worthwhile to change the default homepage in the Safari browser. You can do this within a matter of seconds too.

The browser homepage is the first web page that your browser loads up when you open it. Unlike some other browsers, Safari opens up the Favorites window rather than a webpage. Many users prefer to set a favorite website (like osxdaily.com of course) or a search engine as their…

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How to Install Safari Extensions on Mac

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Did you know that you can improve the Safari experience on your Mac by installing extensions? Browser extensions can help you personalize your web browser by adding various features made by third-party developers.

Most web browsers that are available today have support for extensions. Users have the option to install these extensions from their respective stores to access features like being able to block content on websites, grammar correction, VPN, and more. For Safari, you’ll be able to download the extensions from the Mac App Store.

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How to Add Favorite Websites to Safari on Mac

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When you launch Safari on a Mac, by default the first thing that you see is the start page. The Safari start page can be customized to better suit your needs, and adding your most visited or favorite websites is one great way to improve the Safari start page experience.

The Start / Favorites page in Safari houses a collection of website recommendations, bookmarks, and frequently visited webpages based on your browsing history. This allows you to quickly launch certain websites right after you launch the Safari app without having to type anything in the address…

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3 Ways to Enter Picture-in-Picture Video in Safari for Mac

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Do you want to watch videos simultaneously while you’re working on your Mac? Thanks to the picture-in-picture mode that’s built into Safari, you can multitask efficiently on your Mac. And there are actually multiple different ways to access and enter into Picture in Picture mode in Safari for Mac, so let’s cover those.

PiP (Picture-in-Picture) is a feature that has been available in Safari since macOS Sierra. It lets you play videos in a resizable floating window on your Mac while you’re focusing on other tabs or apps. This could prove to be essential…

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How to Use Speak Screen in Safari on iPhone & iPad

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Did you know that your iPhone and iPad can read Safari content displayed on the screen out loud? This is a feature that could prove to be quite useful if you’re busy focusing on something else, you want an article or webpage read to you, or for accessibility purposes.

Speak Screen is one of the many accessibility features that iOS and iPadOS has to offer. Unlike VoiceOver, a feature primarily used by people with visual impairment, Speak Screen gives iPhone and iPad users complete control over when it is activated. You could get Speak Screen to speak content…

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How to Customize Safari Toolbar on Mac

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Do you use Safari to browse the web regularly on your Mac? If so, you’ll be excited to know that you can customize Safari’s toolbar just the way you want by adding or removing certain items from it.

Safari is the default web browser on macOS devices and it’s widely used by Mac users, over Google Chrome, Firefox, Opera etc. By default, Safari features buttons to go back/forward, view sidebar, share, tab overview, and of course the address and search bar. However, this can be completely changed according to the features you mostly use. For example, you can…

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How to Add Credit Cards to Safari AutoFill on Mac

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Are you tired of typing your credit card details every time you make a payment online from your Mac? If you use Safari to browse the web in MacOS, you can take advantage of its AutoFill feature to quickly fill out your credit card number, name, and expiry date for you.

Online payments have become increasingly popular recently with the rise of e-commerce websites and other internet services over the past several years. If you want to make your payment process a lot more convenient, you might want to add your credit card details to Safari as a one-time thing….

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