It may be time for Mac users to give Apple's Safari browser another chance
Though the new version of macOS, High Sierra, mainly consists of under-the-hood upgrades , Apple's web browser is one of the few Mac apps set to receive tangible, visible improvements. There are only a handful of new features, but all of them are focused on making it less aggravating to use the web.
They're also likely to cause some panic in publishers and ad-tech companies.I've been testing the new Safari for the past week on the beta version of macOS High Sierra . (A preview of the web browser is also available by itself; I wouldn't recommend installing the beta versions of either Safari or macOS High Sierra on your primary computer.)
Here's what's new and notable: