macOS Big Sur is here and among the cool new macOS Big Sur features, Safari is getting nice updates as well. One new thing in Safari is that you can now customise the Safari start page completely. This means everything from the background to the information displayed on the start page can now be changed. So, if you are wondering how to do this, here is how to customise Safari start menu in macOS Big Sur.
How to Customise Safari Start Page in macOS Big Sur
- Launch Safari and you will see a start page that looks something like this.
- Click on the icon in the bottom right corner of the page (marked in the screenshot below).
- Here you can uncheck the boxes next to items you don’t want to see in your start page. The best part is that changes take place immediately so you can instantly see if it looks good or not.
- You can also choose the from one of the available wallpapers if you like,. Or, you can click on the plus icon to pick a wallpaper from your Mac.
Customise Your Start Page in Safari Completely
By default, the start page in Safari is really crowded and full of information. If you are like me, you probably don’t like seeing that many things at once. So, what I have done, is selected a wallpaper, and removed everything but ‘Siri Suggestions’ and ‘iCloud Tabs’. This way, I can quickly see websites I might want to open based on things I received on my iPhone, etc. So have you customised your browser’s start page yet? What does it look like now? Let me know in the comments.