Safari is Apple's Web browser. At the release of Safari 4, Apple executive Philip Schiller said, "Safari users love the incredible speed and innovative features like Top Sites, Full History Search and CoverFlow." Safari also offers flexibility in its basic features, such as page viewing. There are three ways Apple users can make Safari pages appear larger on their Macintosh computer.
Increase the size of a Safari page by going to the lower right corner of the screen and dragging it until it achieves the desired size.
Make a Safari page appear larger by going to the "View" menu and selecting "Zoom In." Repeat this action until you have achieved the desired size.
Make a Safari page appear larger using a keyboard shortcut. Hold down the "Command" key and press the "+" key. Continue pressing the "+" key until the Safari page reaches the size you desire.