Internet explorer 10 for mac, SnowFox iMedia Transfer for Mac 1.6.0, Radium 2.8, iPad File Explorer for Mac 1.1.
Once upon a time, the Mac and the Internet did not always get along. Long before Safari showed up, Netscape and Internet Explorer were busy waging a war to define the future of browsing — a future that didn't often include the Mac.
Most of the time, Mac users were stuck using browsers one or two versions behind their Windows counterparts, with no access to popular plug-ins essential to browsing various parts of the Web. It was a dark day for the rebellion. Thankfully, that age is over and gone: The Web is largely bedrocked on HTML and CSS now, with only the occasional need for a plugin — and all the major ones are Mac-compatible.
That said, there are still a few websites stuck in the dark ages for one reason or another, requiring Internet Explorer (which has been since discontinued for the Mac) or a Windows PC. While this sounds like a ridiculous case of webmaster insanity, I've seen this happen with quite a few job, healthcare, and government-related websites — built by organizations that don't trust (or have time to learn about) other systems. But you can get around most of these arbitrary restrictions with my favorite hidden menu in Safari: Develop > User Agent. How to access websites that require a PC or Internet Explorer • Launch Safari.
• Click Safari in the menu bar at the top of your screen. • Click Preferences. • Click on the Advanced tab. • Check the 'Show Develop menu in menu bar' setting, then close the Preferences window. The Develop menu should now show in your menu bar. • Go to Develop > User Agent.
• If you need to pretend you're using Internet Explorer, choose one of the Internet Explorer options. • If you need to pretend you're using a PC, choose 'Google Chrome — Windows' or 'Firefox — Windows'. Note: If your browser options are grayed out, you may still have the Preferences screen open — close it first! Doing so should get you through the website's detection-checker. Of course, the page may still be using ancient codecs or plugins not supported by Safari — in which case, you might have to look into. Still having trouble? Let us know below.
Updated June 2018: Updated for the latest version of macOS.
I have a Mac Book with Mountain Lion OS X and one thing I missed was Internet Explorer. The version 10 is really fast and simple to use, personally it is better than Safari.
However, they discountinued making of MAC version a long tie ago. Luckily, now it is possible to use IE again. And the best part that it is the newest version! Also, in case 11th version comes out, there is a possibility to just update it and it will work! For me it is amazing news and I want to share it with you. INSTRUCTIONS: 1. Download the package.
Launch the app and install it (the installer will download additional files so you will need to wait). Use Internet Explorer as any other usual MAC app.
No longer works properly on Mac Microsoft ended support for Internet Explorer for Mac on December 31st, 2005, and does not provide further security or performance updates. Since the browser is no longer designed to handle the requirements of most modern web pages, we strongly advise you to try,, or instead. Alternatively, just check out all of the available for Mac.