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Hi I'm Jason former Mac genius and today we are going to set our default browser in Safari in Mac. Here we go. The first thing we are going to do is we are going to go down here and we are going to launch Safari and we have our window here and we are going to go to Safari preferences and you will see here a list of tabs, general, appearance, book marks, tabs, RSS, auto fill, security and advanced. We are only going to be working with the general tab today and our first thing as you can see here is default web browser and if you have got Netscape or Internet Explorer installed or Firefox, that is how you set your default web browser. It's as easy as that. Also here we have a couple of other options. You can open new windows with the same page, an empty page, or your home page which you can just highlight this field here and set whatever home page you want and set that to the current page and that is what we are covering today and that is basically a quick way and easy way to set your default web browser in Mac OS X. I'm Jason, thanks for watching. I'll see you next time.