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Discussion in 'MacBook Pro' started by AppleTecFan, Aug 6, 2009.
What will happen,i've never done it, but what will happen
Can you still go to the internet??
You will have no browsers!
I don't think you'll be able to browse the interwebs...
That'd be about it.
NO PORN FOR YOU!!
Your computer will die.
There's no point in posting to this thread. He can't read the replies and can't post a response ...
i just wanted ur guys say on what will happen
Legend has it that any Mac that has all its browsers deleted will self-destruct within 10 minutes of uninstallation.
Now that's one legend I would rather not test...
hahaha, I have always found it ironic that to get a web browser you have to use a web browser, quiet a catch 22.
idk you should probably be able to download Safari through system update though.
While I really don't have a clue but aren't they requiring Windows 7 to not ship with IE in Europe or something? I don't understand how that can work as I can't just go and pick up a firefox disc with it.
Cause of death: Not being able to reach MacRumors to get the proper fix.
No, Microsoft wanted to ship it with no browser, but the EU pushed them into having a selection screen in which you can choose the browser you with to install. Internet Destroyer won't lose any marketshare through this, however
Binary newsgroups. Choice of the discerning pervert since 1993.
1993??? I was Usenetting when you were in diapers, sonny. Damn that 28.6 modem was slowwwwwww.
What do you think will happen? Without a browser you cannot access webpages, that's about it.
Your networking software will still function. You can still chat with whatever client you like. You just can't browse the web...
I'm sure you were, old man, but ASCII porn don't count. I'm talking about binaries. You know, boobs that aren't formed with two parenthesis a lower case O.
One way to re-download a browser would be to get the browser installer on another computer, save it to a flash/hard drive, and use the drive on your browser-less machine.
Possibly, like someone suggested, a system update would make you re-install it. Also, I bet using your computer's restore dvd could easily solve this issue.
You use curl or ftp.
It was probably so slow because you were missing the .2 kbps. (28.8)
I think I was using a 56.6 and Win95 when I deleted IE by accident and no more web.
Luckily still had system disks to reinstall it - then had to wait a day for the update to download before I could surf again.
been there done that. accidentally deleted safari :-/ i was panicking. i went on my sister's pc, downloaded firefox for mac, then transferred it to my macbook. installed firefox, downloaded and installed safari, then kept firefox as a backup browser
Tried it with a 14.4, don't remember how much I was able do with a 2400 though.
Now 300s, they were slower than snail mail.
I tried deleting IE from WIndows XP a while back t put FF on it. I couldn't delete IE, no matter how hard I tried. I could never decide if it was an OS thing, or my comp was just garbage.
use curl via terminal and decode the HTML in your brain. God damn, what is wrong with you people.
Of course, you just won't be able to directly view WWW pages. You'd still get email, RSS, IM etc.
Pretty daft thing to do, all the same...
You'll not have any browsers - gee if all the questions were this hard, life will be easy
Sure, why not, the browser is not your connection but the medium to view HTTP documents. You can still use ftp, ssh and any other network protocol. There used to be other protocols besides http, like gopher but most of have gone by the boards.
Even if you remove the Safari application, the WebKit frameworks are still there. Removing them would likely brick a number of other applications.
You can download Firefox from Mozilla's FTP server via the command line.
Put the .dmg file for a browser on a flash drive, stick the flashdrive in computer, install browser?