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How to Change the Default Browser in OS X 10.10 (Yosemite)

At the same time as apple’s safari is a well-known favourite among mac users, macos’s default browser is a ways from the best sport on the town.

With famous alternatives like chrome and firefox available on the platform, along with others like maxthon and opera, it is not unusual to have numerous browsers established on the same machine.

On every occasion an motion is taken that causes the running machine to release a browser software, like starting a url shortcut, the default choice is routinely called. In case you’ve by no means changed this putting within the past, then the default might be nevertheless safari.

Underneath are instructions on the way to alternate the default browser in macos in order that a one-of-a-kind software will open automatically.

Open System Preferences

Screenshot of the macOS menu

Click on at the apple icon, positioned in the upper left-hand corner of your screen and circled in the instance right here.

While the drop-down menu seems, choose the system options… Option.

Open the General Settings

Screenshot of the macOS System Preferences window

 

Apple’s gadget possibilities should now be displayed, as shown in the example here.

Now pick the general icon.

Choose a New Default Web Browser

Screenshot of the General settings on macOS

Safari’s wellknown options ought to now be displayed. Locate the default net browser segment, accompanied by means of a drop-down menu.

Click this menu and pick an choice from that listing to be the macos default browser.

As soon as you have selected a browser, near out of the window with the red “x” within the upper left-hand nook of the window.

 

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