As I have mentioned before, Safari is the web browser that I use the most. I really wished it’s tab feature worked like other browsers do, where you can switch between the tabs. I prefer using tabs when I’m in Safari because it saves lots of screen space. When I use tabbed browsing, I want to see each tab, so I just click on the individual tab itself to view it. That can become a nuisance, especially when I’m visiting multiple websites. To do tab switching in Safari:
- Open up Safari.
- Go to Preferences under the Safari menu.
- In the Preferences window, go to the Tabs section and make sure “Enable Tabbed Browsing” is checked off.
- Use the Shift and ⌘ (Command) keys with the “[” “]” keys or use Control + Tab to switch between browser-tabs.