This post is the last in a series of instructional blogs that will help you feel more comfortable with your Mac laptop or desktop computer. Full of illustrations and step-by-step directions, they are especially designed for newcomers to the world of Macs who may lack some basic background knowledge. You will find the other posts at https://www.boomertechadventures.com.
Safari is Apple’s browser. A browser is the software that allows you to access the internet from your digital device. Safari comes installed on every Apple device.
Bookmarking allows you to save the URL addresses of sites you might wish to revisit. Perhaps, it is the recipe for a smoothie that includes whoopee pies you want to make over the holidays (hmmm—some readers may not know what a whoopee pie is because it’s a regional delight. Here’s a link so you can see what you are missing! http://www.wickedwhoopies.com).
There are so many interesting websites to explore— access to newspapers from around the world, travelogues, movie reviews, opinion pieces, how-to instructions (WickiHow), and many, many others. We here at BoomerTECH Adventures hope you have bookmarked our homepage. https://www.boomertechadventures.com
Not only can you bookmark websites, you can also organize them into folders. Open Safari and look at the top menu. You will see Bookmarks nestled between History and Window. It will always be there when you are using Safari to search the web. Learn all about bookmarking in Safari by downloading this PDF file. Remember, PDF means you can open it on any device, including a PC. Bookmarking in Safari
This is our last set of helpful tips for navigating your Mac laptop and computer for now. If there is a topic or process related to your Mac you would like to know more about, please leave your request in the Comments section. If you have a question, so do 10,000 other people world-wide. We would love to have your suggestions for future Mac Tips posts. Thanks!