Understanding Safari Browser Profiles

In macOS Sonoma you can use browser profiles to keep home and work separate while viewing web sites. You can log into different accounts in different profiles and have multiple profiles each open in its own window.

Comments: 3 Responses to “Understanding Safari Browser Profiles”

    Sheldon
    3 months ago

    Thanks bunches

    John
    3 months ago

    Thanks, I've used Firefox for 20 years and am a Mac home user and PC work user. So FF has worked flawlessly between the two for years but I'm wanting to bring all things in to the Mac world to downsize and manage less including subscriptions. So Safari, might be my next big hurtle.

    Question, can you put a password on a profile? Thanks Gary

    3 months ago

    John: No, profiles aren't something you password protect. Your whole account should be protected with your Mac user account password.

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