How to Update Safari on Mac
- You can update macOS to a latest version to update Safari and all other apps that are part of Mac.
- If you have Mojave or the later version, then you can check System Preferences to install latest macOS updates.
- If you are on an older version, then you need to visit the App Store.
You will find Safari pre-installed with your Mac OS. Just like any other app on your Mac, you will find updates available for Safari too. These updates are automatically installed with OS update periodically. With the latest macOS version, you will get the latest version of Safari. Thus, you need to check if any OS update is available to update Safari on Mac.
How to update Safari on Mac?
Note: Once you have decided to update Safari, you need to ensure that your Mac can run OS X 10.6 at least as you can’t update Safari on OS X 10.5 (Leopard) or earlier. To upgrade your Mac to OS X 10.6, you must have at least one gigabyte of RAM. You also need to free up disk space to enable your Mac to install updates.
To update Safari to its latest version, you need to install the latest macOS updates on your device. You will find the most recent version of Safari with the most recent version of macOS. You can also update Safari if you are using earlier versions of macOS. You can do that from the Updates tab of the App Store.
To update Safari browser on your Mac, follow these steps:
Click the Apple menu icon and select System Preferences.
On System Preferences window, select Software Update.
Now your Mac will find all available updates for your system.
Now it will display all latest available updates. Click the Upgrade Now button to install these updates.
Follow on-screen instructions to complete the update process.
To know how to update to recent version of macOS in detail, check this article. It includes macOS updates both for the latest and earlier versions of Mac.
So this was a quick discussion of how to update Safari on Mac. Do try these steps and share your experience in the comments below.
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