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Surfin' Safari: tips for using the safar... > OPENING THAT ORIGINAL PAGE AS A TAB

OPENING THAT ORIGINAL PAGE AS A TAB

If you're using Tabbed Browsing (and I hope you are, as it's one of the most compelling things about Safari), here's a great tip to keep you from unnecessarily reloading a page you've already been to. Let's say, for example, that you're visiting a site, and you click on a link that takes you to a different site. If you click the Back button, it reloads that page that you were just at. Instead, try this—hold the Command key and click the Back button. This opens the original page in a separate tab, without reloading the whole thing from scratch. Need I say that you can do this with the Next button as well? Okay, I didn't think so.


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