HTTP cookies have both positive and negative traits. Yes, third-party cookies can follow you around the web and record your actions, but cookies can also be used for authentication, personalizing websites, and automatically filling in forms. If you delete them, you’ll lose all that stored information and will have to enter it again. However, if

Tagged under: , , , , ,

Safari generally provides the fastest and most efficient browsing experience for Mac users. Apple puts a lot of work into optimizing the browser’s performance and energy consumption specifically for Apple hardware. Unfortunately, this doesn’t always hold up over time. Safari can become slow, bloated, and unresponsive like any other browser. Let’s take a look at

Safari generally provides the fastest and most efficient browsing experience for Mac users. Apple puts a lot of work into optimizing the browser’s performance and energy consumption specifically for Apple hardware. Unfortunately, this doesn’t always hold up over time. Safari can become slow, bloated, and unresponsive like any other browser. Let’s take a look at

Browser notifications let websites announce important updates. Websites send notifications to alert you to new emails, blog posts, or special offers. These notifications are genuinely useful in some cases like Gmail where it can notify you of a new email. But sadly, most websites these days have “abused” this feature to the point where you

A large amount of our time is spent online, and your browser remembers all the websites you’ve visited and logged in to. Your browser stores data to make it easier and quicker to go back to websites you visit often. Browsing data reveals your browsing habits, and can be accessed by sites you visit. If

Tagged under: , , , ,

A lot of Mac enthusiasts prefer using Safari over Chrome, thanks to its low battery consumption. With macOS High Sierra, Safari is better than ever before, but as with all browsers there are quirks that need fixing. Fortunately enough, most of the browser’s annoying quirks can be fixed by making a quick visit to Safari’s settings. Others need a

TOP