How to refresh Safari on Mac (macOS) using keyboard shortcut


If you are familiar with Windows Operating System then F5 Function key is used to refresh a webpage in a browser, but if you press F5 key it will either start dictation or have no effect on Safari, that's because you are using a whole different ecosystem.

To refresh a webpage in Safari for Mac (macOS) all you need to do is press "Command + R" key, we call it "Reload Page" action. You can find the same option under Safari menu options as well,

  1. Make sure you are on Safari App,
  2. Go to Safari Menu bar and click on View,
  3. Now click on Reload Page
  4. The page will get refreshed.

You can also click on a refresh icon that you will see at the right side of the address bar as shown in below image,

Safari refresh page option
Safari refresh page option
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