Is there a way to set a global shortcut Key to Open Safari in Mac OS?

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    I’m assuming you’re aware of spotlight? That’s how I normally open apps. CMD + Space. Can also check out Alfred. – JBallin Jun 27 at 5:27
  • Thanks for the reply, I use Alfred but was trying to get it down to a single keystroke. I found this video on YouTube which gave a easy to implement solution. youtu.be/oR8FsCQQH9Y – Qwikatb Jun 27 at 6:12
  • If you never quit it, you can always use Command Tab to get to it. – benwiggy Jul 27 at 9:07

After doing a bit more research I found this video on Youtube which provides a simple easy to implement solution. https://youtu.be/oR8FsCQQH9Y

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    While this link may answer the question, it is better to include the essential parts of the answer here and provide the link for reference. Link-only answers can become invalid if the linked page changes. – Tetsujin Jun 27 at 6:38
  • Thank you for the feedback.,... I was trying to be brief but understand your point.... – Qwikatb Jun 28 at 7:08
  • @Qwikatb - not too late to edit & update the answer! – JBallin Jun 29 at 15:41

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