A great utility that the browser of Mac Safari has, is to be able to open independent tabs in the same application window.
Safari allows us to reopen tabs that we have recently closed in various ways.
We can re-open recently closed tabs by several methods:
- Shortcuts from the keyboard. And you can press the Command (⌘) + Zkeys simultaneously to undo the last action, if this is the closing of the tab in question. If there are several tab followed, you can perform this action repeatedly to have the one that interests us open again. In the same way, you can go to the Safari Edition menu and select the first option, which will indicate if it is the closing of a certain tab. Finally, also in the browser menu, you can go to History and select the option Re-open the last closed tab . The keyboard shortcut for this last option is Shift (⇧) + Command (⌘) + T .
- The icon to open a new tab . Because this small icon, located in the upper right corner of the browser, has a little secret, since to activate it we usually make a simple click to open a new tab.
But if instead of a click, we leave the finger pressed on the mouse or the trackpad, the list of pages that we have recently opened will open, so we can choose the one that suits us.
- Safari history . As a last option, we can directly access the browser history to open the web or the websites that we want, choosing them from the list of all we have visited. It is as simple as going to the History menu and opening the list by placing the mouse over the desired option.
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