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Tabbed browsing was added to Safari a long time ago, but I noticed today that my new iMac didn’t ship with it enabled. If you haven’t enabled tabs yet, hop over to Safari’s preference settings and select the “enable tabbed browsing” checkbox. Firefox rocks, of course, but Safari always seems a little faster to me, which makes it nice to use when I don’t need Greasemonkey.

Why isn’t this enabled by default, anyway? Are there folks out there shuffle-browsing the web, clumsily F9ing through a kabillion windows, not even aware that these useful little tabs exist?

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Article Featured Image

safaritabs_20070516.jpg
Tabbed browsing was added to Safari a long time ago, but I noticed today that my new iMac didn’t ship with it enabled. If you haven’t enabled tabs yet, hop over to Safari’s preference settings and select the “enable tabbed browsing” checkbox. Firefox rocks, of course, but Safari always seems a little faster to me, which makes it nice to use when I don’t need Greasemonkey.

Why isn’t this enabled by default, anyway? Are there folks out there shuffle-browsing the web, clumsily F9ing through a kabillion windows, not even aware that these useful little tabs exist?

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