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End the Safari tab madness!

The Weekender
If you’re anything like me, you’ve got a bunch of Safari tabs open right now. Like, way too many.
Granted, you’re probably not as bad as Cult of Mac publisher Leander Kahney, who once opened 650 tabs just to test the M1 MacBook Air (and routinely pushes the limits of tab propriety).
Practically nobody is that crazy. But if you’ve got your own tab problem, we’ve got a post this week that will show you how to stop the tab madness once and for all.
And if you wear an Apple Watch Series 6 or 7, you’ll likely benefit from our explainer on the Blood Oxygen app in those devices.
At Cult of Mac, we’re here to help. Enjoy your weekend!
– Lewis Wallace, managing editor

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How to use Apple Watch blood oxygen sensor, and what it’s good for
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