How to Remove a Toolbar From Safari

Apple’s free Safari web browser comes installed on every Mac and you can download a version that runs on PCs. When you visit websites with Safari, you can use the toolbar to do tasks such as reload a page, zoom the text, print the page, look at your history or bookmarks or open a new blank tab. The toolbar takes up space in a strip running across the top of the Safari window. If you want to have a little more room in the window to see websites, or if you find the toolbar unnecessary or distracting, you can easily hide it.

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Get more space in the Safari window by hiding the toolbar.

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Double-click on the Safari icon to launch the web browser.

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Click “View” from the menu.

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Click “Hide Toolbar.” The toolbar will disappear.