Hidden Settings to Improve Your Safari’s Experience

Improve Your Safari’s Experience

The global technological market statistics reveal that Safari is the leading mobile browser across the United States, with more than 55.35% of the market share. This percentage is surging with the number of Apple device users increasing in the world.

However, many Mac or iPhone users are hopping on several third-party browsers such as Firefox or Google Chrome, but for a seamless experience, Apple users prefer to settle for the Safari browser. It is an in-built browser that is well-integrated with easy features and web content viewing options on MacBook.

Improve Your Safari’s Experience

What improves the MacBook experience?

Fix Safari –

Apple’s Safari is the most reliable browser to use. From safeguarding the data to ensuring swirling speed, it has everything one looks for. Despite all the plus points, sometimes Safari shows an unpleasant pop-up, ‘Safari quit unexpectedly’ or something similar to it. Luckily, there are robust fixes available to deal with it. The first solution starts with checking the extensions, removing the data for all the websites saved on the browser, changing the overall startup preferences, using the Develop Menu to empty the cache, etc. This can be done via two processes – manual or software.

Homepage options –

An important aspect of the web browser is what you see when you open it in a new window. Some people prefer to customize their visuals, therefore going for personalization settings, whereas others find the default settings good enough to use. The settings can be customized by going to the ‘General’ section listed under the Safari preferences. Sometimes, excessive or rough usage of Safari can lead to crashing. This happens due to multiple reasons like lack of RAM memory, cache memory, etc. You can read more about it and find out a robust solution to it. If you require some additional features in your kitty, you have the liberty to load your browser tabs with personalized features.

Enable the Develop Menu –

Many troubleshooting websites are available in Safari that clear the cache memory of browsers while helping it fasten up the processes. This uploads the content of the website directly from the remote servers from the local temporary store files. The option to disable cache memory is not available by default; you may need to tweak the settings to get it done. You can click on the Advanced section of Safari’s preference to activate this feature. This enables the settings for user agent identifiers, WebGL, and enhances developers’ tools like HTML source code, JavaScript debugging panels, etc.

Manage the site-specific plug-ins –

Like the common site-specific data, these plug-ins are used to display the content based on the sites. For this, you may need to surf through the ‘Manage Website Settings’ under the ‘Security Preferences’ option.

The last line –

Safari browser comes with a line of features and updates enhancing your experience. Where some people look for Google Chrome or Firefox as the alternatives, a high majority of Apple users still love to use the Safari browser. This arises the need to get familiar with the line of hacks that improve your user experience.

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