If you have installed macOS High Sierra and have updated to the latest version of Safari, you can customize the browser in plenty of ways so you can browse in a way that suits you. In this post, I’ll show you how to customize Safari on Mac for a better browsing experience.
Thanks to macOS High Sierra, you don’t have to use your Safari browser the same way to view all websites. The customization features have opened up a lot giving you the freedom to customize each and every website you visit so you only see what you want.
Maybe you don’t mind seeing ads on one site but another one has too much of it ruining your reading experience. In such a case, you can customize that site to show only in Reader View. Or, maybe you like to see videos auto playing on YouTube but not on CNN.com, where you only want to catch up with the breaking news headlines.
Here are some the different ways in which you can customize your browsing experience in Safari on Mac.