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Do one of the following:
Enter Split View
Use Command-Tab and Command-Shift-Tab to cycle forward and backward through your open applications. (This functionality is almost identical to Alt-Tab on PCs.) 2. Or, swipe up on the touchpad with three fingers to view the windows of open apps, allowing you to quickly switch between programs.
Jump to specific tab To jump to a specific tab of the many you have open, press Command and any number key between 1 and 9. Command-1 jumps you to your first (left-most) tab. Command-5, for example, jumps you to the fifth tab from the left.
Switching Open Apps with Ease This feature has been in Windows since Windows 2.0 in 1987, and macOS has a similar shortcut. If you'd like to quickly switch between open apps on a Mac, press Command+Tab.
In Safari on a Mac, you can mute a tab in multiple different ways. While the currently active tab is playing sound, a speaker icon will appear in Safari's location bar. Click it to toggle sound on and off for the tab.
First, open Chrome and pull up at least two tabs. Long-press the Android overview button to open the split-screen app selector. Then, open the Chrome overflow menu in the top half of the screen and tap "Move to other window." This moves your current Chrome tab into the bottom half of the screen.
Tap and hold the app in the dock, and then drag it all the way to the right of your screen and let go. If you drag it all the way to the right, the two apps will appear side-by-side, and you can drag the divider bar between them to give them more or less space.
Exit Split View
Touch and hold the keyboard button in the lower-right corner of the keyboard. Slide your finger up to either Merge or Dock and Merge, then let go.
Click and hold the full-screen button in the upper-left corner of a window. As you hold the button, the window shrinks and you can drag it to the left or right side of the screen. Release the button, then click a window on the other side of the screen to begin using both windows side by side.
Turn on Private Browsing on the Mac
Turn on Private Browsing on the Mac 1. Hold down Command+Shift+N. This will open a new window with private browsing enabled. Alternatively, go to File > New Private Window.
Show or move all open windows Show all open windows for the current app: Press Control-Down Arrow. If App Exposé is selected in Trackpad preferences, you can also swipe down with three fingers. To return to the desktop, press the keys again or swipe up.
Keyboard shortcuts to switch between Safari tabs Shift + ⌘Command and the scroll keys. By pressing this combination of keys and using the scroll keys, we can quickly move between all the tabs that we have open, including those that are Pinned.