So I'm going to take a chance and ask this forum. I asked this question twice on the apple forums. First topic had no replies. Second topic, someone replied back with something but turned around and said "I will not make any suggested perference changes here at this time then". Even though I said I still needed help lol To start it off, just recently I've updated my Mac because somewhere I saw that updating it can reduce fan noise. So, I went to my update list and updated random stuff. I guess I shouldn't have picked Safari. The very first thing I noticed that was different was when I opened up a page and instead of the apple site coming up, my top sites showed up. Of course, that was easily changed through preferences. But my real problem however, is the bookmarks. Now, that person who replied to my topic on the other forum said I could only do it by downgrading to an old version of OSX. And that it's not a trivial task since it involves erasing the disk first and that I should back up everything first. When I'd asked them how would I go about doing those things, they never replied back…yet I see them replying to some other topic ._. All I want to know is if there was a way that I could go back to the previous version of Safari I had before I had updated to the recent one. It's impossible to search though my bookmarks in the newer one and it was much easier/made more sense on the older one I had. When I clicked on my bookmarks in the older one, it resembled the 4th layout in iTunes(if that made any sense). Now bookmarks shows up at the side of my screen in a column with my folders. With no sensible way of searching. Hopefully this huge wall of texts/paragraphs doesn't scare anyone off >> ---------- If it's any help, I got my Macbook in November 2012 if it'd help indicate which version of Safari I had before.