Internet, Networking, & Security Browsers Keyboard Shortcuts for Safari on macOS Save time and clicks By Scott Orgera Writer Scott Orgera is a former writer who covering tech since 2007. He has 25+ years experience as a programmer and QA leader, and holds several Microsoft certifications. our editorial process Facebook Twitter Scott Orgera Updated December 01, 2019 Jurgita Vaicikeviciene / EyeEm / Getty Images Browsers Safari Chrome Firefox Microsoft Tweet Share Email Many Safari users initially use the program's menu system for navigating the internet and performing other browser tasks. To save time and clicks, however, Safari offers a long list of keyboard shortcuts. Here are a few of the most commonly used. Note: These shortcuts were tested in Safari version 13 on Catalina (macOS 10.15), but most should work similarly in older versions. Moving Around on a Page option+arrow: Scroll page by a screenful, minus a small overlap.command+up arrow or home: Scroll to top left corner of a web page.command+down arrow or end: Scroll to the bottom left corner of a web page.page up or shift+space bar: Scroll page up by a screenful, minus a small overlap.page down or space bar: Scroll page down by a screenful, minus a small overlap.home: Scroll to top left corner of a web page. Navigating the web command+home: Go to your homepage.command+[link on a web page]: Opens the selected link in a new window.command+shift+[link on a web page]: Opens the selected link in a new window, behind the current window.option+[link on a web page]: Download a file. Commands command+[number from 1 to 9]: Select one of first nine tabs.command+A: Select all.command+C: Copy.command+E: Use current selection for find.command+F: Find.command+G: Find next.command+M: Minimize.command+N: Open new window.command+O: Open file.command+P: Print.command+Q: Quit Safari.command+R: Reload page.command+S: Save as.command+T: Open new tab.shift+command+T: Reopen the tab you just closed.command+V: Paste.command+W: Close window.command+Z: Undo.command+shift+G: Find previous.command+shift+Z: Redo. Favorites and Bookmarks command+shift+D: Add bookmark to menu.command+option+B: Show all bookmarks.command+D: Add a bookmark. Views command+control+1: Show/hide Bookmarks sidebar.command+control+2: Show/hide Reading list sidebar.command+option+D: Show/hide Apple dock.command+option+U: Show source code and other developer options (provided Show develop menu is enabled in Preferences > Advanced).command+H: Hide Safari.command+L: Open Favorites.command+?: Load Help.command+,: Load Preferences.