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I updated my iPad and now I can't view more than one page at a time.  I used to be able to view up to nine pages at at time, which is one of my favorite feature.  Safari now views like on the Mac.  Can someonelease help with this.

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You should be able to click the '+' sign on the right upper side of the Safari browser to open additional tabs up to a total of 9.
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I know I can hit the plus sign and get more windows but I want to be able to see all windows minimized like I used to.  There has to be a way to change the settings to that view.

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Before the update I used to open safari and it showed all the windows minimized at the same time and now I can't.  Can anyone tell me how to reset that view?

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You cannot do that with the new version of iOS and Safari.  

You can look at an alternate browser like Super Web Browser for iPad that may allow you more of what the old Safari did:
http://itunes.com/apps/superwebbrowser

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