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I just bought a Mac Mini after using PCs for a decade plus. I've configured with the Mac Mini setup assistant. It finally confirms I'm connected to the internet.

I can find no browser to surf the internet with. I've read all Mac Mini's come with Safari. How do I find Safari on Mac Mini?

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There are several ways to open Safari:

  • If your installation of OS X wasn't customized, you will find Safari in the dock – the big bar with the application icons at the bottom. Look for the Safari icon.

  • Click on the Spotlight icon in the top right (or press CmdSpace) and enter "Safari".

  • Click on the Finder icon, go to the menu and select Go » Applications (or press ShiftCmdA), and look for Safari there.

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