Change Your Default Browser
Browsers are a dime a dozen these days and you really can’t go wrong with any of them It’s just a matter of personal preference. Although, I’ll admit some of them are probably not worth your time.
However, if you’re switching from a Windows PC, you’re probably not familiar with Apple’s browser Safari. Although it may be a bit different than what you’re used to, Safari is filled with amazing features and awesome tools that make it one of the best browsers available. And, as you’d expect, it works better on your Mac than any other browser.
That being said, I understand if you want to keep using another browser like Google Chrome or Mozilla Firefox. Old habits die hard after all. The good news is that you can download and use any browser you want, but you’ll need to make it your default browser.
Most browsers will ask you to make them your default browser when you first use them, but if you want to know how to do it yourself just follow these steps.
- Open the Apple menu on the top left corner.
- Click System Preferences…
- Click on General.
- Near the bottom of the window, you should see an option that says Default web browser. Click on the drop-down list and select your browser of choice.