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Discussion in 'Mac Basics and Help' started by lasloduncan, May 28, 2016.
some changes do not always seem to be improvments
What changes are you concerned with? The latest version of Safari (9.11) was included with the update to El Capitan.
where is the reset that was there with mavericks
"Reset Safari" was replaced with "Clear History" in the same place.
bcave wrote above:
""Reset Safari" was replaced with "Clear History" in the same place."
The "clear history" does not do everything that "reset safari" did in earlier versions, and one thing it does is WORSE.
If you set it to clear ALL history, it also seems to wipeout login information (that I believe is stored in cookies).
I, too, wish they had retained the same functions in newer versions as "reset Safari" did in the older versions.