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>> Hey everyone, I'm Veronica Belmont, associate editor at CNET.com. Apple recently released their browser, Safari for Windows, so a lot of people are just getting used to it for the first time. On today's quick tips, I'm going to show you a feature called snap back, which is a really helpful tool when you're browsing around a website. Let's say you want to do some research on CNET for a gadget. Usually, you'll start on the homepage and follow links or search from there. With Snap Back, what you want to do is set the front page as a starting point by using control alt K, or by going into history, mark this page for Snap Back. Then after you've spent some time browsing around, maybe you want to head back to the beginning and start from scratch. Just hit control alt P and you can start right over. And even better, if you've been using Google to find search results but you haven't found what you're looking for, just hit control alt S and it will bring you back to the Google search results page. Well, I hope this quick tip helps to get acclimated to Safari for Windows a little bit faster. For more quick tips, head over to CNETTV.com. I'm Veronica Belmont, I'll see you next time.
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