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Internet provider says no browser installed on my pc

I recently called my ISP for help to connect my DSL to my OS9. In the end they had told me I do not have abrowser installed on my computer. So how or where do I go to get this installed?

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It is hard to believe you do not have a browser on your laptop. These are browsers you can use. Firefox, netscape, lycos and explorer are some. If you have a friend with a computer, get them to download firefox for mac on theri computer, then get them to put it on a USB for you, take the USB and install it on your Mac. This will fix your browser issue.

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