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Special Edition Using® Mac® OS X v10.2 by Brad Miser

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Browsing the Web with Internet Explorer for Mac OS X

Several Web browsers are available for Mac OS X. These include Internet Explorer, iCab, Netscape, and OmniWeb. Because Internet Explorer is the default Web browser for Mac OS X and is a very powerful and feature-rich application, this chapter focuses on it. The other browsers work similarly, so after you use Internet Explorer, you can use one of the others without too much trouble.

→ To learn about the other browsers, seeUsing Other Mac OS X Web Browsers,” p. 364.

Microsoft's Internet Explorer has long been the Web browser of choice for many Mac users. It offers excellent features and is easy to use and customize to suit the way you work (see Figure 13.1). Throughout this chapter, you will ...

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