Keeping your Internet browser up-to-date is important for both security and ensuring that web pages load properly.
We also recommend that you update any plug-ins, extensions, or other add-ons you have installed.
To verify that your version of Firefox is the latest or to update manually, follow these steps: Download the latest version of Firefox from the official Firefox download page: https:// If you have Apple updates turned on, Safari should stay up to date automatically.
To verify that your version of Safari is the latest or update manually, follow these steps: Download the latest version of Safari from the official Safari download page: https://support.apple.com/safari Opera should update itself automatically.
Updating Google Chrome Updating Mozilla Firefox Updating Internet Explorer on Windows 8Updating Internet Explorer on Windows 7 / Vista Updating Apple Safari on Mac OS XCommunity Q&A Keeping your Internet browser updated will allow you to take advantage of the newest browser features and also help protect your system from any recent security breaches.
By default, your Internet browser will update automatically; however, you can also check for and install browser updates manually.
As of January 2015, Stat Counter estimates that Google Chrome has a 51% worldwide usage share of web browsers as a desktop browser, it is also the most popular browser for smartphones.
This will take you to the app store, where you can update all the software with available updates, include Safari.
Firefox notifies you when an update is available, and you can check for updates manually by hitting the "Check for Updates" button (find it by opening the Help menu and selecting "About Firefox").
Chrome actually updates itself whenever it's running, and you can also check manually for updates under the "About Chrome" menu.
Once you've got your browser of choice, keeping it updated is even easier.
Internet Explorer (IE) updates are included as part of Windows system updates, so as long as you keep Windows updated, so is IE.