Help:Internet Browsers

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  • Generally two versions of all animations are available Quicktime Movies or Flash Movies. Depending upon you operating system and installed extensions you should be able to use at least one of these animation formats.
  • Flash animations - portable browsers on iPhones and iPads will not run the flash versions, but will happily run all the quicktime versions of animations.
  • HTML5 will eventually allow direct incorporation of video (mp4) into any webpage.

Internet Explorer for Mac

Internet Explorer for Mac was Microsoft's free web browser designed to run on Mac computers. While you can still download Internet Explorer for Mac, it is important to note that the product is no longer supported by Microsoft.

Microsoft ended support for Internet Explorer for Mac on December 31st, 2005, and does not provide further security or performance updates. Since the browser is no longer designed to handle the requirements of most modern web pages, we strongly advise you to try one of the alternate web browsers (Firefox, Chrome, Safari or Opera).

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Cite this page: Hill, M.A. (2021, June 14) Embryology Internet Browsers. Retrieved from

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