How to make Firefox your default browser on the Mac
When it comes to browsing the web, one of the major factors that have people concerned is privacy. With many recent incidents involving large corporations buying and selling user data for their profit, it has become very important for developers around the world to create web browsers that help the user stay protected when they are on the internet and although some of the big companies have started incorporating privacy standards in their ecosystem, there are some independent developers who have made user privacy their mainstay. One such developer group is the Mozilla Foundation.
The Firefox browser is a free-to-use web browser that is available for PCs and smartphones. It has been around in the market for many years, but recently, with the rebranding that occurred in the Mozilla Foundation, the flavor of Firefox underwent a change as well. Today, Mozilla Firefox is considered to be one of the fastest and most secure web browsers on the internet.
When it comes to Mac systems, the Safari browser is the built-in default browser that you have for browsing the web. Apple has spent a lot of precious time refining and improving the Safari browser and it is one of those browsers that you like to leave as your default. However, when you use Firefox and experience the snappy speed and other customization features, you may feel like changing the default browser.
In this tutorial, we will show you how you can make the Firefox browser, your default browser on the Mac.