Are you tired of looking at the same bland gray background in Safari’s start page on Mac? It’s time to spice things up by adding a custom background. Mac users who are running Safari 14.0 or higher can customize the start page of Safari on Mac.
The new Mac update automatically installs on your system if you’re running the latest version of macOS Mojave, Catalina, Big Sur, or higher. You can easily add or remove different sections and change the background image with the new mac update.
In this guide, we will show you how to change the background image of Safari on Mac.
Changing the Background Image of Mac’s Safari
Here’s how you can do it:
First launch Safari on Mac.
From the Start page, click on the Menu button on the bottom-right corner of the screen.
A menu will appear, select the “Background Image” option.
You will see a slider and bundle of background images to choose from. Select any one of them to instantly change the background image of the page.
You can also select a picture from your photo gallery to set as Safari’s background image. Click on the “+” button, it will take you to the images downloaded or saved on your Mac.
Select an image from the file picker and click the “Choose” button.
The selected image will be set as Safari’s start-page background.
If you want to remove the selected background image and choose a different one, go to Safari’s menu and click on the small “x” button on the current background image to remove it. Select a different image by following the steps mentioned above.