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Hiya

Got my first mac yesterday its fab, wished i bought one years ago......just got a quickie question to ask,

I'm wanting to open more than one internet browser, i know its cmd n, but I wanting the browsers to be at side of each other the same size...if you know what i mean, is there any way to do this??

Also if you got any good website that i can learn about using mac and getting shortcuts etc please let me know.

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As to side by side browsers, I think you'll have to manually resize them. I don't know of any app or utility that will do that for you.

As to recourses for Mac beginners: mac beginners guide - Google Search

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Check out TwoUp and SizeUp - here.

The following is still a good place to start.

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Try going into Safari Preferences and check all these boxes, then it is just a matter of Command T and you have a new window and can flick back and forth at will. Show Tab bar is in View Menu


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Some good info here http://www.screencastsonline.com/ check out SCO0231
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There's also Window Tiles. Requires Leopard, or SL, I presume.
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