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UC Browser by UCWeb Inc. Is one of the most widely-used Internet browsers on mobile devices, which also comes with a version for PC. Unfortunately, UC Browser for Mac is not a viable choice, so you will have to use other applications to access your online content. This list provides you with some alternatives to UC Browser for Mac. The Safari browser comes pre-installed with macOS and it’s a browser many people love.

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I really hate having to buy new macs every few years. Between the machines and the software it is a big investment and a whole lot of time setting things up and learning how to use it.
I usually keep my macs as long as I can. My only problem now is the browsers. Firefox, Chrome and Safari don't seems to want to support 10.5.8. At least FF and Safari run but there are some sites I visit that don't work well with those old versions and the new versions can't be installed on 10.5.8.
Any suggestions on a browser that will let my macs live a little longer?