browsing on Mac OS X is as easy as launching Apple’s
own Safari, which ships with Mac OS X. You can find it in
/Applications, and the Dock displays its icon (a
compass face) among its default icons for new users.
Safari is a fine browser, but curious users may want to investigate some of the alternative browsers available for Mac OS X. They all serve the same basic function of letting you view HTML files on the World Wide Web, but each has its own style and set of unique, fine-tuned features.