Surfing with the improved Safari


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Surfing with the improved Safari

Safari, Apple's web browser, sees more significant improvements than other applications such as Contacts and Calendar. When you launch Safari, as I'll now do, you'll notice that the search field that was normally over in this part is no longer there. It is because Safari 6 has a unified address field, one that you can use to enter a web address or conduct a search. It works like this. Just type something into the field and wait for a second or two, a list of suggestions will appear.

If you visited a web site whose name is part of the text you've entered, there's a very good chance that it will appear in the address field. Simply press Return and you'll be taken to that site. You'll also see Google's search results below, and you'll find some information from your Bookmarks and History if you've been there before. If you haven't visited such a site, you'll see a list of search results followed by Search and History, go to site, and find on thi...

Surfing with the improved Safari
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Surfing with the improved Safari provides you with in-depth training on Business. Taught by Christopher Breen as part of the Mac OS X Mountain Lion New Features

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Business
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Mac OS X
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