How to update Safari on an old Mac?

Safari is the default browser for every macOS. It doesn’t matter how fast it is; Apple tries to make it even more streamlined. Each update of Safari brings new additions and enhancements. As a result, downloading them is typically required for the browser to function smoothly.

However, most people don’t prefer to update their Macs immediately. So, let’s look at how to update Safari if you have an old Mac version installed.

  • Go to System Preferences under the Apple menu.

  • From the System Preferences window, select Software Update.

  • A Software Update Window will pop up. Click More info…

  • Now select the checkbox for Safari and click Install Now.

Also conduct a Test on Mac Mojave - verify cross browser compatibility online with your website. Test for free on the latest and older Mac Mojave browsers to ensure cross-browser compatibility.


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