Apple Safari is Apple's web browser that comes bundled with the most recent macOS. Safari is faster and more energy efficient than other browsers, so sites are more responsive and your notebook battery lasts longer between charges. Built-in privacy features are stronger than ever. It works with iCloud to let you browse seamlessly across all your devices. And it gives you great ways to find and share your favorites. Put it all together, and no other browser offers such a rich web experience.
Safari for Mac has a condensed and minimalistic interface that offers mac users faster, private browsing with fewer interruptions and extended battery life.
When you download Safari for Mac you will get enhanced protection against invasive malicious software and customizable private browsing options to protect your information.
While browsing privately in Safari, pages that you visit in private mode will not appear in your browsing history list.
The Safari browser uses fewer system resources and allows extended browsing times while iCloud allows you to sync all your web activity seamlessly across devices.
A vast library of extensions available to enhance usability and productivity in the workplace or at home.
The default browser for Apple devices and there are no official versions of Safari for other devices. Apple no longer supports Mac OS 10.14 for Macbooks older than 2012.
Make sure your Mac can run OS X 10.6 and has at least 1 GB RAM. Go to the official Safari homepage and allow the site to auto-detect the best option for your Mac.
Go to the Mac's App Store, click on Update, make sure the update button next to "Safari" is selected. You can enable automatic updates on the same page.
You will need to manually reset Safari as Apple has removed the one-click reset feature. You will need to:
Be aware that this process will remove extensions and auto-fill data. Resetting the Safari browser is a lengthy procedure, and it works differently for iPhone and iPad. If this seems a little tedious, some tools help you to reset browsers with one click.
Select the Develop drop-down menu. Click Empty Cache.
The latest version of Apple Safari is 13.0.1.
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