Piles are useful. The dark mode is fun. The new screenshot tool and the fully functional Finder are also welcome additions to MacOS Mojave, but my favorite feature of Mojave is something small but very important: Safari Favicons. I'm not the only one who's glad that Safari finally adds the little icons that let you quickly see which of your open tabs are which. You know, the little red ball for CNET, the blue square with the white F for Facebook, the blue bird for Twitter, the red E for ESPN, the black, gothic T for the New York Times and so on
Omission of Favicons is the only reason why I use Chrome instead of Safari on my MacBook ($ 1
Enable Safari Favicons
To enable favicons in Safari, navigate to Safari> Preferences and click the tab tabs at the top. Next, check the box for Show site icons in the tabs . That's it! No restart required. When you close the Preferences window and return to Safari, your boring, useless gray tabs will now display colorful, cheerful favicons to help you better understand your set of open tabs.
Read more: Everything you need to know about MacOS Mojave