How do you make Firefox the defalt browser on a Mac?

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  1. Jason Adams

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    It is a serious annoyance to click on a link, and pops up Safari. Can anyone help?
     
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    Try this, open Safari and go to the Pref's. - Click on the "General" tab and select the browser you want under "Default Web Browser".
     
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    Anyone have a problem with Firefox on Mac? I got a Imac 3 weeks ago. I installed firefox and the program kept crashing. In a seperate problem i just reinstalled OSX from scratch. I installed Firefox again and the program crashed again. I took it off and no problems since. Its very odd

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    Thanks, Mark!

    And Joey, Firefox on my iMac has worked well, but it has crashed a few times.
     
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    I've been using it on my eMac for quite some time, and have had very few problems (can't think of it ever crashing on me, though there are times that it stalls).
     

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