Among Mac users, there are as many Web browser preferences as there are types of Macs. There are many Web browsers that will run on a Mac, though they may have a slightly different functionality than they would on a PC. Safari is a Web browser that was specifically made for use on Macs. The browser is the default browser of Mac computers, and it is preferred by many Mac users who like the customizability and ease of use of Safari.
Though Safari is made to give users a personalized user experience and comes with a host of special features such as the private browsing option, there are some sites that simply don’t work well with Safari. When sites are coded, they may be created to be viewed best with specific browsers, and Safari often doesn’t make the priority list. Some sites don’t work well in the browser, a few have blank forms that won’t appear if you try viewing the site with Safari and some sites simply won’t open at all with Safari. While this problem isn’t so widespread that Safari shouldn’t be used, it can affect people who spend a lot of time online or who need to fill out forms on a variety of sites. Mac users who find that Safari isn’t compatible with the sites they want or need to use can use a host of other browsers on their Mac, including Explorer and widespread favorite Firefox.