It seems that NONE of the internet browsers have the Mac in mind. This creates problems. Safari is supposed to be THE browser for Macs. When I use it to open a webpage, Safari often fails to keep the formatting of the page. For example: some lines may overlap. Or some columns may overlap. So I fix this by increasing or decreasing the size of the page with a two finger slide on the track pad. But even then, on occasions this means that one part of the formatting on the page is fixed, but another part overlaps. For the money I paid, I don't expect to have to play with sizes every so often. I never had/have this problem with my ancient £300/$360 pc laptop. I have a MacBook Pro 15'' from 2010. Its software stands pretty much as I bought it. Nothing added yet. Why the ding-dong-bell doesn't Mac with all its geniuses do something about this basic incompatibility?