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Safari

If you want to get something done right, you have to do it yourself.

At least that must be what Apple was thinking when it wrote its own Web browser, which so annoyed Microsoft that it promptly ceased all further work on its own Mac version of Internet Explorer.

Safari is beautiful, very fast, and filled with delicious features. It’s not, however, Internet Explorer, and so some Web sites—certain banking sites, for example—refuse to acknowledge its existence. (Read on for workarounds.) For the near term, therefore, it’s worth keeping a copy of Internet Explorer on hand for those situations when Safari can’t get its foot in the door.

Tip

Tiger doesn’t come with Internet Explorer. If you don’t have an old copy, Microsoft offers it as a free download from www.microsoft.com/mac/products/internetexplorer/internetexplorer.aspx.


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