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I know allot of you old timer OS users will laugh at me, but since I just got an iMac I'll ask anyway. How can I open Safari up more then one time? I'm use to just minimizing the screen, then just clicking on IE to open another screen using windows. How do you open multiple web pages using Safari?

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There are two easy ways to do what you want to do. Either open multiple tabs or multiple windows in Safari. You can either click on File while in Safari and on New Window or New Tab. Or you can hold the Command key and click N for a New Window or T for a New Tab.
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or right-click on the dock icon and select new window.

Also be aware you can change the settings for tabs/new windows in Edit>Preferences>Tabs, if you feel the need to ^^

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