1 Reply Latest reply: Jan 26, 2013 5:34 PM by Grant Bennet-Alder
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I am new to Mac Pro. If I have two or more tabs open how do I bring up multiple windows at the same time, side by side etc.? I tried hitting F3 but does not work. I know there is a simple answer but I don't have it.

Mac Pro, OS X Mountain Lion (10.8.2)
  • Grant Bennet-Alder Level 9 Level 9 (52,220 points)

    The Mac has by far the best, most friendly Interface for Casual Users. Everything you can do is generally available as an entry on a Menu, and you are free to go roaming around examining your options. Very few actions are hidden away. None require memorizing command-key shortcuts.


    I think if you look on Safari's File menu, you will see both New Window and New Tab. Right next to them are their command-key shortcuts, if you prefer to memorize them.


    Once you get used to a particular Application, and feel the need for speed, you can use the command-key shortcuts to invoke commands just as quickly as on that other kind of computer.


    If that does not answer your question, try asking a different question.