How to View, Manage, or Remove Safari Plug-Ins
Safari is the default web browser on macOS, and it comes with a number of built-in plug-ins that can enhance your browsing experience. However, you may also install third-party plug-ins that can cause issues or slow down your browsing experience. Here’s how to view, manage, or remove Safari plug-ins on your Mac:
View Installed Plug-Ins
2.Click on the “Safari” menu in the top-left corner of the screen.
3.Select “Preferences” from the drop-down menu.
4.Click on the “Extensions” tab.
5.You will see a list of all the plug-ins that are currently installed in Safari.
1.To enable or disable a plug-in, check or uncheck the box next to it.
2.To adjust the settings for a plug-in, click on it to select it, and then click on the “Preferences” button.
3.You can then adjust the settings for that plug-in as needed.
1.To remove a plug-in, select it from the list.
2.Click on the “Uninstall” button.
3.Confirm that you want to remove the plug-in.
4.The plug-in will be removed from Safari.
Note that some plug-ins may require that you uninstall them manually. If this is the case, follow the instructions provided by the plug-in developer.
In conclusion, Safari plug-ins can be a useful addition to your browsing experience, but it’s important to manage them properly to avoid potential issues. By following these simple steps, you can view, manage, or remove plug-ins as needed to ensure that your browsing experience is smooth and trouble-free.