“Following on from Part 1 in this Yosemite series, looking at features of Yosemite that are not so well known or perhaps even hidden, Part 2 will focus on added features to the Apple Safari web browser app,” Russell Harris reports for Amsys.
“Apple have spent a lot of time on their web browser, and it really is a strong competitor now,” Harris reports. “Yosemite’s Safari has made Private Browsing more convenient. You can now just enable it in a new browser window, allowing you to perform your unmonitored browsing in one window while leaving all your usual websites open in other windows.”
“Safari now has a nice feature to show you a clear view of all currently opened tabs in the current window. To do this, you could select ‘Show All Tabs’ from Safari’s ‘View’ menu or use the shortcut keys of ‘SHIFT + COMMAND + \,'” Harris reports. ” But the easiest way, is to select the ‘Show all Tabs’ icon.””
Much more in the full article here.