Tag Archives: safari

How can I switch my default search engine on my iPhone?

Google is the default search engine on your iPhone or an iPad. Safari on your device will always use the selected default search engine while searching online. This can be changed in your settings. You have 4 options to choose as your search engine.

  • Google
  • Yahoo
  • Bing – Microsoft’s search engine
  • DuckDuckGo –  search engine that doesn’t track you

How do I Reset Safari to Default Settings

Sometimes you may want to reset Safari browser to the default Settings. Basically Apple Safari browser will store all your browsing history including cache, cookies, user names, passwords, download history, search keywords, etc.,. it is good idea to reset the browser when you use a shared or public computer, so that other people won’t see which webpages you visited and other important information.

How to I enable autofill/autocomplete for Safari

Do you want to know how to use the autofill feature for usernames and passwords on websites using the safari browser?

Safari can automatically fill in forms, user names, and passwords for you. But you should enable autofill feature to this work. Here I will explain how to enable autofill/autocomplete form work in safari web browser. Safari will highlight in yellow any fields that can be autofilled.

Private Browsing in Safari – Surf in Stealth Mode

Apple Safari browser has a private browsing feature that lets you to browse in stealth mode. This feature is similar to Internet Explorer 8’s InPrivate Browsing, Google Chrome’s Incognito and Firefox 3.1 Private Browsing Mode. What does private browsing mean exactly? Private browsing feature stops recording the sites you visit. No browsing information is added to the history, auto fill, downloads window or anything. It won’t save or cache any personal information you enter on online forms you fill out or page history (pages you visit), as if you were never there.