How To Show Full Website Address In OS X Yosemite's Safari Browser

Day after day, we keep digging around Apple's newest softwares, OS X Yosemite, hoping to find new features in it. The folks at iDB have found a new feature that allows you to show the full website address in OS X Yosemite's safari web browser..

By default, only domain name and TLD (eg. of the website address is shown. The remaining portion of the address is hidden in an effort to, as best I can guess, promote a clean looking Search bar like that of Safari on iOS.

Safari engineers finally made a new great step in Safari browser, making the bar to appear the full website address instead of hiding apart from it.  I personally think that the Search bar looks better by hiding the full website address.

With that in mind, Safari’s engineers have made it possible to get the full website address back into the Search bar at all times in just a simple few steps. Check inside to see how.
Here's how to get the full website address back:

STEP 1: Open Safari web browser.

STEP 2: Click on Safari menu--->Preferences.

STEP 3: Click on 'Advanced' tab and click on "Show full website address".

The full website address should now be back in the Search bar full time.

Let us know what do you think about this feature in our comment section below..

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