Most of us have several devices we use to access the Internet: desktop computers, Smartphones, tablets, etc. It is very inconvenient to create a separate set of bookmarks on each device and constantly recalling your favorite sites. For this purpose, developers have provided ChromeSync, a special service for synchronizing bookmarks.
You had to face a situation where you know for sure that the information on the site of your interest changed (an article or a new photo was added, or something else happened), but the browser does not show this for some reason.
Despite the high quality of this browser, even it has performance problems or you need to clear your browsing history or get rid of passwords and logs saved. The reset of the Safari browser solves these tasks, and now, you will learn how to do it correctly in this guide.
Have you made a decision to change your browser? And you don’t want to part with useful bookmarks in your browser that have been accumulating for years. We will tell the good news – you don’t need to do this. You just need to find out how to import bookmarks and history from one browser to another.
If you use a different browser instead of Safari, it is reasonable to assume that you will want to remove it. But to do this just by dragging the app into the basket (like any other app) will not work out. The system simply will not allow this to be done in such a way. But you can get rid of Safari if you are a little more patient.
What should you do if your Safari browser suddenly stops correctly working or disappears from the screen of your iPhone? The standard solution is to reinstall the application. Unfortunately, the Safari developer didn’t give us such an opportunity – you cannot either remove or install Safari from the AppStore. The only way is to use alternative methods.
Private browsing mode in Safari is not as secure as it seems. In this article, we will look at several ways on how to see private browsing history in Safari on iPhone.
Parental controls on the Mac are a good thing. However, you can block websites on Safari on the Mac without parental controls. There are two methods to do this.