Apple.MaciCardsQuickTimeSupportMac OS X
En EspanolHotnewsHardwareSoftwareEducationWhere to Buy

Can I run my applications?
Internet Explorer for Mac OS X
Internet Explorer
Internet Explorer for Windows XP
Internet Explorer

Apple includes Microsoft Internet Explorer with Mac OS X. Its icon lives in the Dock for instant access. Internet Explorer for Macintosh supports all the latest Internet standards such as Dynamic HTML, XML and cascading style sheets. Internet Explorer renders Web pages just like its Windows sibling, yet acts like the Macintosh application it is.

You can track the status of one or more online auctions by using the Auction Manager, which can monitor multiple auctions and notify you if one of your bids is no longer the highest bid, the bidding is about to end, or an auction has closed. You can choose to update the status of an auction either automatically or manually, and you can specify how you want to be notified of changes.
Side-by-side comparisons
Productivity software
Utilities software
Pro Design software
Web and Video software
arrow Internet Explorer
arrow Windows Media Player
Games software

Home > Switch > Questions > Applications > Internet Explorer


Contact Us | Privacy Notice
Copyright © 2003 Apple Computer, Inc. All rights reserved..