If you spend most of your time surfing the web from a Mac, adding extensions to Safari is the best thing that you can do. Extensions are powerful addons that can take your web browsing experience to the next level. We are not only talking about adblockers, but also tools like Grammarly that can help you work and be more productive.
On the downside of things, installing extensions on Mac is not as simple as it is on Google Chrome. The process is a bit more complicated, but here is where we come in and lend a helping hand. Today we will show you how to install Safari extensions on Mac. Without any further ado, let’s jump into it.
How to Install Safari Extensions on Mac
- Open Safari on Mac;
- Select the Safari extensions option from the Safari Menu;
- You will be redirected to Safari extension in the App Store;
- The next step is to scroll through the list of extensions and pick one that you like;
- After selecting an extension, the next step is to click “Install” for paid ones and “Get” for free ones.
How to Enable Safari Extensions on Mac
If you installed a bunch of extensions on your device, the next step is to enable them. Here is how you do it:
- After installing an extension on Safari, you will receive a pop-up message. Select “View Extension”;
- Select the checkbox next to the extension and a second pop-up window will appear;
- The final step is to Turn On the extension.
We also want to mention that you can make the process faster by heading over to the Preferences tab in the Settings menu, accessing Extensions and enabling them from there.
How to Delete Extensions in Safari
If you don’t want to keep using a specific extension because it interrupts your workflow or any other reason, you can do so by following the next steps.
- Access Preferences in the Settings menu;
- Select the Extension and disable it by clicking on the checkbox;
- Select Uninstall if you want to get rid of the extension.