How to view Safari history on your Mac?

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Not only safari give you the fastest way to browse the web on your computer, it is also the most efficient when it comes to controlling the power consumption in OS X, which maximizes the battery life of your Mac.

Since so many Mac users use Safari on a daily basis, their browsing histories are filled to the brim with logs from websites they have previously visited. If you want find your way back to a previously visited site By searching your entire browsing history, it can be quite tedious with months or years of data stored in it.

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As in iOS, Safari for Mac offers a shortcut convenient that allows you to quickly jump to any previously visited web page based on each tab.

How to view recent Safari history on your Mac:

1) Get going safari On your Mac, open a new tab, and visit some websites, and follow some links.

2) Haga click y press and hold the 'Back' button in Safari on the top toolbar.

3) Select a web page previously visited on the menu, and release the mouse button.

The websites that appear in this list are specific to the history of the current tab. If you switch to another location, and click and hold the button Back forward from Safari, you will see a different browsing history depending on the specific websites you have visited. As you can see is very easy, but they are one of those things that you do not know unless you read them there.

This shortcut Also works in Safari in the iPhone, iPod touch and iPad. Our colleague Jordi, recently taught us how to do it with a keyboard shortcut, what can you see in this article. If you want to see the download history on your Mac you can do it here. And if what you want is clear browsing history from Safari, tap here.


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  1.   topotamalder said

    Have you really written this article ??? Are you laughing at the rock?

  2.   Chessy said

    Hahaha, tomorrow put an article on "how to turn on your Mac." LOL

    1.    Jesus Arjona Montalvo said

      Man if they don't tell you how to do this simple trick, you wouldn't know, at least I do.