How to enable Safari 5's extensions (video)

Apple hasn't flipped the switch on Safari 5's new extensions, but that doesn't mean you can't. And unlike jailbreaking other Apple products, this simple tweak definitely won't void your warranty.

Good news, Apple browser fans: Safari for Windows and Mac now comes with extensions. The bad news? They're not yet enabled by default, and there's no official add-on gallery from Apple.

The better news? There is a workaround, and it's easy. In this How To video, we'll show you not only how to enable Safari's extensions, but how to install them and where to get them, too.

 

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