0 Facebook Twitter Reddit
Apple has released an update for Safari, bringing it to version 17, with macOS Ventura and macOS Monterey users can install it without having to upgrade to macOS Sonoma.
To coincide with the macOS Sonoma update, the Safari 17 update is being released. Apple's web browser for macOS adds some much-needed functionality to the surfing tool.
The release notes mention support for profiles, allowing you to separate your browsing by topics and tasks, such as Work and Personal. Profiles have their own history, cookies, extensions, tab groups, and favorites lists.
The new and improved Private Browsing feature locks windows when not in use, stops known trackers from loading, and can remove identifying tracking elements from URLs.
Search has also been optimized to make it faster, offer more relevant results, and make it easier to read.
Multiple tab selection allows users to select multiple tabs at once, so they can be moved around the tab bar or created in a group of tabs.
The update is available through System Settings in macOS Ventura or System Preferences in macOS Monterey, under General, then Software Update. The download weighs 165.7 MB.