May 06, 2024

How to Close and Update Horse Browser, plus how to save your Trails

Written by Eleanor McKeown

How to Close and Update Horse Browser, plus how to save your Trails

May 6, 2024 10:51 AM
How to Close and Update Horse Browser, plus how to save your Trails and webpages
This post is the final in a series of posts that introduces you to Horse Browser, the browser that is designed to help you to keep track of your internet research and create a new productive life online.
In our previous posts, we’ve explained how to download Horse Browser and start using Horse Browser’s unique navigational system, Trails. We’ve also shown you how to turn Horse Browser into the ultimate productivity system and shared an in-depth guide to using Horse Browser’s Areas, Notes and Projects features.
Now it's time to talk about closing and updating Horse Browser. Plus, how to save your Trails.

How to Close and Update Horse Browser

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➤ How to Close Horse Browser

Closing Horse Browser couldn’t be easier.
  • Just click on the X at the top of your browser to close the browser temporarily
  • To fully quit the browser, right click on the browser icon and choose Quit or go to Menu > Horse > Quit Horse

➤ How to Update Horse Browser

  • You’ll receive a notification whenever Horse has a pending update
  • Simply quit and re-open Horse, whenever it suits you, and Horse Browser will automatically update
  • Make sure you regularly update to the latest version of Horse Browser for the smoothest ride

➤ How to Save your Trails

  • Close or quit Horse Browser as normal and you’ll automatically keep your pages and Trails. Horse Browser saves all your webpages whenever you close it, just like a Notes App.
Pages are ready and waiting for you every time you browse. So, you won't lose any open tabs or ongoing research because of a crash or accidental restart. And you can always access those obscure pages with hard-to-remember URLs.


In this post, we have shared how to close and update Horse Browser, plus how to save your Trails. This post concludes our five-part introductory series.
But there's plenty more fun stuff to do with your Horse.
Check our Resources page or dive into the Rider’s Digest article series for more posts about setting up your new browser.

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Green TeaWikipedia
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Sencha TeaWikipedia


Sencha Tea

Sencha (煎茶) is a type of Japanese ryokucha (緑茶, green tea) which is prepared by infusing the processed whole tea leaves in hot water. This is as opposed to matcha (抹茶), powdered Japanese green tea, where the green tea powder is mixed with hot water and therefore the leaf itself is included in the beverage. Sencha is the most popular tea in Japan. It represents about 80 percent of the tea produced in Japan.

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