First of all, subscribe to the modern IE service using your Microsoft account. It is free and users should select the nearest location to get the best out of it. Once you subscribe, your Microsoft account will get a confirmation email to start the service. The new Microsoft Edge is here and now available to download on all supported versions of Windows, macOS, iOS and Android. Develop extensions for the next Microsoft Edge. The next version of Microsoft Edge, build on Chromium, is ready for extension developers. Click below to discover how to get started and how to get. Classilla is a free, open source browser for Mac OS 9. Classilla is bringing back web browser support to your classic Macintosh - built on WaMCom, a port of Mozilla to classic Macintosh systems, using the same technology underpinning the popular Firefox browser. It's completely free and it's open source, and it's standards-compliant. Step 2: Now head over to Microsoft’s Modern IE service at remote.modern.ie and sign in using your Microsoft account. This could be your @hotmail, @live, or @outlook account. This could be your @hotmail, @live, or @outlook account.
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Download modern.IE VM Installer for Mac - Open source and no-frills OS X application developed using AppleScript that makes it very easy to install a modern.ie Virtualbox VM of your choice with only a mouse click.
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Before installing, please note:
These virtual machines expire after 90 days. We recommend setting a snapshot when you first install the virtual machine which you can roll back to later. Mac users will need to use a tool that supports zip64, like The Unarchiver, to unzip the files.
The password to your VM is 'Passw0rd!'
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The Microsoft Software License Terms for the Microsoft Edge and IE VMs are included in the release notes and supersede any conflicting Windows license terms included in the VMs. By downloading and using this software, you agree to these license terms.
MS stopped support in 2005 for Internet Explorer.
If you were running a virtual machine with Windows could you download Explorer for your Mac.
If you are looking for browsers for the Mac besides Safari, consider Firefox, Brave, Opera, or Sea Monkey.
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If you are trying to reach a particular website that calls for IE, go into Preferences in Safari, go to Develop menu, select User Agent and select Internet Explorer 11. See if the website that you are trying to reach handles that.