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Last Updated: June 29, 2018 Ridiculous as it may seem, some websites such as corporate intranets, HR and banking sites still require Internet Explorer to access them in 2018. The problem for Mac users is that IE for Mac was discontinued way back in 2005 and Microsoft has replaced IE with which also isn’t available for Mac. However, here are 3 easy ways to run Internet Explorer for Mac on any version of macOS including Yosemite, El Capitan, Sierra and High Sierra. Emulate Internet Explorer In Another Browser The easiest, quickest and simplest way to run Internet Explorer on Mac works by “fooling” sites into thinking you are using IE even though you are using another browser. This works with Safari, Firefox, Chrome and a lesser known browser called iCab.
It works by activating the Developer Mode in the browser then switching the User Agent to Internet Explorer, making the site think you’re accessing it using IE. ICab does a similar thing except the ability to switch browser identities is a standard feature. Here are instructions how to emulate Internet Explorer in each browser starting with Safari. • Open Safari on your Mac.
If you can’t find it, search for Safari in Spotlight in the top right of your Mac. When Safari is open, select Safari and then Preferences in the top left corner. • Select the Advanced tab on the far right. Then select the checkbox “Show develop menu in menu bar” at the bottom: • Close the Preferences and you’ll see a new “Develop” option in the Safari Menu Bar at the top of the screen. Click on ii and you’ll see the option User Agent. You can then instruct Safari to appear as Internet Explorer.