Safari is a browser that was once only available on Mac OS, but now supports Windows and mobile systems. Safari can be customized according to the wishes of the user. You can change the parameters of almost any function / element / detail of the browser. This article will show you how to change the appearance options in Safari (it only takes a few minutes).
Part 1 of 2: Opening the Appearance Options
Step 1. Launch Safari by clicking on its icon on the desktop or in the Start menu
The icon is a blue and white compass
Step 2. Click on the gear icon (at the top right of the screen)
Select "Settings" from the menu.
Step 3. In the menu that opens, go to the "Appearance" tab
Part 2 of 2: Changing the appearance parameters
Step 1. The first parameter is "Main font"
Click Select to change the font. A list of fonts will open. Click on the font you want.
Step 2. In the window with the list of fonts, you can also set the required font size (to the right of the list of fonts)
When you are finished making changes, close the font list window.
The selected font and its size will be saved automatically
Step 3. The second parameter is "Monospaced font"
This font is used for text that has a fixed width. Here follow the steps outlined in the previous step.
Step 4. The third parameter is “Font smoothing”
Font anti-aliasing determines how text appears on the screen. The default is Windows Standard. You can change it by clicking on the drop-down menu and choosing the font smoothing method you want.
- For visual harmony, choose this method to get the font to blend in with the background.
- If you can't make out the letters, use this method to get a font that contrasts with the background.
Step 5. The fourth parameter is "Show image when opening the page"
Check this box if you want images to open automatically. Otherwise, uncheck this option (and get rid of unwanted content or spyware).
Step 6. The fifth parameter is "Standard encoding"
Responsible for the correct display of text on the screen. To change the encoding, click on the drop-down menu and select the encoding you need.
Step 7. Close the browser settings window
The new settings will be saved automatically.