So you want to learn how to close Safari? What web browser are you using to view this article? Are you even sure you know how to turn the computer on? In all honesty, learning how to close Safari is a basic, common sense action that even your grandma can do. In any case, you will need:
- A computer
- Safari web browser
- an internet connection
- Open Safari Safari is a Mac based web bowser and can be found on your toolbar. It's a blue circle that looks like a compass. When you hover your arrow tool (by using your mouse our touchpad) over it, it should tell you the name of the icon. If it says "Safari" then you know you've got the right tool. Click on it.
- Surf the internet You will want to use it before you close Safari. Have some fun surfing the internet. Check your email, look at random internet videos. Whatever. Just use the internet. It should be noted here that Safari allows you to view multiple webpages at a time by opening up new tabs. To create a new tab, just hover your arrow tool to the "+" icon on the top right corner of the web browser or press "Command + T". A new tab will open up and you can surf a different web page on each tab.
- Close Safari It is really simple to close Safari. To close out the entire web browser (and not just an individual tab), you'll have to click on the red circle icon on the top left corner of the web browser. An "X" will appear once you hover over the button. Click on it and the web browser will close. Another way to close Safari is by pressing "Command + Q".