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Instead of using your mouse you can use the keyboard to cycle through the tabs. The keys Ctrl+Tab will go forward through your ten tabs and Ctrl+Shift+Tab will go backward. At no time will these key commands close a tab by mistake. Should you want to close a tab however you can achieve this with Command+W. Once you've finished using your browser you can ...


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In Firefox, you could use the Pinned Tab feature. Pinned Tabs allow you to always keep your favorite web apps like Facebook, Gmail and Twitter open and just a click away. Pinned Tabs are small, can't be closed accidentally and open automatically when you start Firefox. To create a pinned tab just "ctrl click" on it and select pin tab. Now you can ...


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I used an App Store utility called Rested. It's not in Safari, but it's good, and tiny, and does not require running another browser.


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In general, extensions should only be installed from trusted sources. See the popup that appears when you attempt to install an extension below. Unlike Chrome's extension API, Safari does not require that extensions request specific rights from the browser that the user must in turn grant when installing the extension, or specify a set of domains that the ...



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