How to Change Default Web Browser on Mac OS Big Sur

Customisation is the key to increase your user experience with the machine you use every day. For most of the time, there are typical web browsers we like to use every time. Therefore in this article, we’ll show you how to Change Default Web Browser on Mac OS Big Sur.

 

Video Tutorial: How to Change Default Web Browser on Mac OS Google Chrome

 

If you’re finding it difficult to customise the default web browser in Mac OS then you can refer to the below video for a complete guide.

 

 

 

Procedure

 

1) To change your default web browser, first open up system preferences by clicking on the Apple Button, System Preferences.

 

 

2) Now click on the General button.

 

 

3) click on the list next to the Default Web Browser section and select the browser you want to set as default. In our case, it’s Google Chrome.

 

 

Also Read: How To Run C++ in Visual Studio Code on Mac OS

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