Many people are purchasing computers just to access information over the Internet. As you saw in Chapter 11, “Connecting to the Internet,” it’s easy to configure Internet settings in OS X. In this chapter, you’ll learn how easy it is to use Safari, Apple’s own Web browser, to explore the World Wide Web.
Figure 12.1 shows Safari’s default configuration. Figure 12.2 shows all available interface options. For the most part, these options are turned on and off under the View menu in the application menu bar. (In Figure 12.2, a feature called tabs is also activated; we will discuss them later in the section “Using Tabs.”)
Figure 12.1. Apple’s Safari Web browser with a “typical” set of interface options.
Figure 12.2. The ...