Storing top sites


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Storing top sites

In this chapter, we are going to take a look at Safari 4, the latest version of Apple's web browser which ships with Snow Leopard. Safari is available as a free download for both Macs and Windows machines from Apple's website, but since it is included in Snow Leopard and does contain some cool new features, I thought it was important to cover them here. Let's start with a look at the Top Sites feature. As you browse through Safari it keeps track of all the sites you visit, just like previous versions of Safari and pretty much all other web browsers do. Safari 4 takes things a step further though by offering a Top Sites view, which you can access by clicking the Top Sites button in the Bookmarks bar, located up here in the upper left-hand corner, or by choosing History > Show Top Sites, or of course using the keyboard shortcut of Shift+Command+1.

Any of those options will work. I will just use the button in the Bookmarks bar. So here you see a visual representation of all ...

Storing top sites
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Storing top sites provides you with in-depth training on Business. Taught by Garrick Chow as part of the Mac OS X 10.6 Snow Leopard New Features

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