Internet Explorer

Are you interested in Internet Explorer for Mac? Stop right there! Many switchers download Internet Explorer the same day as they buy their new Mac. Today, this is a mistake.

Microsoft, the company behind the web browser, have stopped the development and therefore it is very out-of-date. It is slow, buggy and it has big problems rendering web pages correctly. Take our word for it: Not even Microsoft want you to use it!

If you are looking for alternatives, try the built-in web browser Safari or the wonderful and free web browser Firefox.

Safari and Firefox in the dock

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