Specifically, you'll learn how to:
- Load any link into a new tab or window, or into your Reading List.
- Organize your enormous bookmark collection.
- Unearth a page in your history, even it's not bookmarked or in your Reading List.
- Read a multi-page, ad-ridden article in a reader-friendly layout.
- Prevent snoops from tracking where you've been on the Web.
- Update a password that Safari has stored.
- Learn how to make Safari fill in most forms for you.
- Expand too-small text fields for easier typing and editing.
- Add pages to your Reading List for later perusal, whether online or offline, and even on a separate device.
- Block ads, zoom images, show passwords as you type, and more with helpful Safari extensions.
What about compatibility? Safari 6 runs in 10.7 Lion and 10.8 Mountain Lion, but its feature set is slightly restricted in Lion, and Sharon points out the differences. For 10.6 Snow Leopard or 10.5 Leopard, read Take Control of Safari 5.)