If you are a developer or an advanced Internet surfer, Develop menu on Safari unlocks a lot of tweaks. Starting with Inspector and error consoles to Do Not Track feature, all are pretty straightforward to use. The menu is hidden by default on Mac. But it is extremely easy to enable Develop menu in Safari using app’s preferences.
In addition to that, the Develop menu also has certain experimental features that you can try your hands on. To learn how to enable it, follow this short and quick guide and get started.
How To Show in Develop Menu in Safari on Mac
Step #1. Open Safari on your Mac.
Step #2. Now click Safari on the Menu bar and then click on Preferences…
Step #3. In Safari Preferences, click on Advanced tab.
Step #4. All you need to do now is to check the box beside “Show Develop menu in menu bar” option.
That’s all. You can exit the preferences and notice that Develop menu is now visible beside Bookmarks.
The most impressive feature is to enable Do Not Track mode. This stops websites from tracking my browsing and then shooting me with ads. What’s your favorite feature on the develop menu?
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Do you use Develop menu on Safari? What’s the primary purpose? Share your insights in the comments.