Change Your Default Web Browser

Firefox is my go to browser of choice in OSX. Some people argue that Safari is faster but for me, the flexible plug ins allow me to do things that I just can’t do in Safari.

When you install Firefox and run it for the first time, it will ask you to make Firefox the default browser. If you do this, you may at some point wish to go back to your default browser. It’s easy to do, just follow these steps.
Set Default Browser

  1. Launch Safari
  2. Select Preferences from the Safari menu
  3. On the General tab, select your preferred browser from the Default web browser dropdown list
  4. Close the Safari Preferences
About Joe Cotellese

Joe is the founder of Learning OS X. He's often spending way too much time playing with new Mac software in order to improve his ability at "Getting Things Done."

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