Now tell us how you wonder about using Windows Media Player...PaRaGoNViCtiM said:I have always used Safari to web browse, and I was wondering how I go about using Internet Explorer?
First step: Go to your applications folder, click on Internet explorer, drag and drop to the trash.PaRaGoNViCtiM said:Can someone tell me the steps to take to start using Internet Explorer to web browse?
It feels fine when you can be helpful. You're welcome!PaRaGoNViCtiM said:Thanks guys!
grapes911 gave you the correct information. One might expect your question from a newbie. You are not a newbie. You know how to install applications on the Mac. You know how to use a web browser. You have been on this forum long enough to know what to expect when you ask a stupid question. The people here being a$$holes notwithstanding, you know what to do. Do it.PaRaGoNViCtiM said:I have always used Safari to web browse, and I was wondering how I go about using Internet Explorer? Can someone tell me the steps to take to start using Internet Explorer to web browse?
That is the most absurd thing I've ever heard of. There is no reason to use IE (assuming your school is not made of morons who only code webpages to work for IE). What school do you go to?PaRaGoNViCtiM said:My college for the most part uses PC's and they supply all their students with laptops (they include it in your tution). Everyone gets Windows, except graphic design students who get iBooks. My professor recently told me "that I should not be using a Mac in a Criminal Justice major." He told me the only way they will continually let me use it, is if I used IE while at school. There was no need for the attitude.
Ok, that's a "legitimate" reason, and it's certainly not your fault if your professor is confused. It is somewhat ironic to be actively discouraging what is currently a more secure OS in Criminal Justice, but that's beside the point.PaRaGoNViCtiM said:[..]My professor recently told me "that I should not be using a Mac in a Criminal Justice major." He told me the only way they will continually let me use it, is if I used IE while at school.
See guys..that's all it takes.TDM21 said:My humble advice is to try using a Safari, Firefox, or whatever browser you want to use first. If you have to use Internet Explorer then here is the link for it. http://www.microsoft.com/mac/products/internetexplorer/internetexplorer.aspx?pid=internetexplorer. Like people said before: IE for Mac hasn't been updated in years and there are better alternatives to it.