Would you like to surf the world-wide web with less distractions, more textual content and especially fewer data usage like the the 90s? You totally can gain such benefits on your Mac if you try to disable images on a random website and see what you can achieve. Actually, you can concentrate more on the written content and remove dizzying amounts of photos, ads and more. Although the setting cannot challenge professional ad-blockers in terms of in-browser advertising, it can block a number of unwanted images. If you want, let’s follow our instructions below:
In this step-by-step guide, we will walk you through the steps to disable images in Safari on your Mac
How to disable images in Safari
Step 1: First and foremost, you need to pull up Safari from your Dock or Applications folder
Step 2: Then, you will see Safari in your menu bar, click on it and then select Preferences
Step 3: Next, you need to access the Advanced tab inside settings
Step 4: After that, you need to tick the (presumably) empty box next to Show Develop menu in menu bar.
Step 5: Now, you can close the Preferences interface and head back to the top menu bar. Here, you will see a new tab between Bookmarks and Window, called Develop.
Step 6: In the drop down list, there are a numberof options including Disable Images. It is time to choose it.
Step 7: If no changes are done to the Safari layout, you should reload your browser window by hitting ⌘+R or clicking the circular arrow next to your URL bar. Then, the new restriction will be applied to your current tab. As to other new tabs, the setting is also active.
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