Updating safari web browser
Also, if I upgrade to another browser, will there be significants changes in what my my screen looks like.(I'm one of those people who doesn't like any kind of change.) Thanks for any help you can offer.You should be able to apply it without any really jarring complications that will take out of what you're used to. First of all, you'll need at least 2 GB RAM, and I'd really recommend having 4 GB or more installed.Bumping your Mac up to Snow Leopard and applying any software updates will provide you with access to the Mac App Store, and you can further upgrade your Mac from there, if you choose. Next, to manually launch the You are now provided with a list of available updates.
First, make sure that you are connected to the Internet.
— KC I see this problem in the store I work in quite frequently.
A customer will come in with a Mac that works fine except they can't do much on the web anymore because they keep getting that error message.
And it gives you great ways to find and share your favorites.
Put it all together, and no other browser offers such a rich web experience.
Getting Snow Leopard on your Mac, with the requisite security and app updates offered, may get you to the point where you're seeing unsupported browser messages anymore; you can also download Firefox or Google Chrome at that point; both of those web browsers continue to support Snow Leopard as well.