How To Delete Reading List On Macbook Air 2020

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The 2020 Macbook Air is perfect for everyday tasks like web browsing and document editing, but you can also use it to watch movies or play games. But one feature that often gets overlooked is the Reading List. The Reading List allows you to store webpages you want to read later in Safari. To delete items from your Reading List on your Macbook Air, simply open Safari and click on View from the top menu bar. Then Select Show Reading List Sidebar. Swipe right to left on entry and then click on Remove. You can also delete everything from the Reading List by right-clicking (or Control-clicking) anywhere on the Reading List sidebar and selecting Clear All Items.

So if you’re looking for a lightweight laptop with plenty of power and features, the 2020 Macbook Air is definitely worth considering. With its sleek design, powerful hardware, and handy Reading List feature, it’s sure to make your life easier!

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Deleting Reading List in Safari

Deleting items from your Reading List in Safari is easy. First, launch the Safari application on your Mac. Then, click on the View option in the top menu bar, and select Show Reading List Sidebar. Swipe right to left on an entry to reveal the Remove button, and then click it to delete that individual item. To delete everything from the Reading List, right-click (or Control-click) anywhere in the sidebar and select Clear All Items. And that’s it: you’ve successfully deleted items from your Safari Reading List!

Removing Items from Reading List on Mac

To remove a webpage from your Reading List on Mac, you can control-click the webpage summary in the sidebar, then choose ‘Remove Item’. You can also swipe left over the webpage summary, then click ‘Remove’. Or, swipe all the way to the left until the webpage summary disappears.

Deleting the Reading List on a Laptop

Deleting the reading list from your laptop is a simple process. First, make sure you have Google Chrome installed on your laptop. Then, open Google Chrome and right-click anywhere on the Bookmarks bar. From the menu that appears, locate the option ‘Show readings list’. If there is a tick mark next to it, click on it and the Readings list option will disappear. That’s it – you’ve successfully deleted your reading list!

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